Boho Loves: Knots and Kisses New Stationery Collection


Knots & Kisses

This afternoon I’d like to showcase the brand new wedding stationery designs from Knots and Kisses. Knots and Kisses is a regular to the blog and it has been lovely watching Nikki’s business grow over the last few years. Nikki has been busy creating new ranges over the last few months and has updated her website to showcase off her new work. Today I am showcasing a few of these new designs and I’m sure you will agree they are just lovely! Nikki mixes vintage design with bold prints and pretty graphics, creating stunning stationery that any bride or groom will love.

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I’ll pass the Blog over to Nikki………..

At Knots & Kisses I have been producing and designing wedding stationery for 4 years now and I decided it was time for a bit of a refresh and an update. From October 21st customers can see a brand new updated website with a new and cleaner look and brand new photography.
Not only is there new greetings card designs, and a brand new section of occasion stationery but to celebrate the launch I have designed new ranges of wedding stationery and updated several of the existing ranges.


The first of the new ranges is called Snow Queen.

Snow Queen was inspired by a bespoke design for a client who contacted me wanting a ‘Chronicles of Narnia’ inspiration for her wedding … but she was also after something with a floral forties feel, and didn’t want it to feel too ‘themed’.
I’ve taken inspiration from the design I created for her to come up with this brand new range. I wanted the range to look wintery without looking cold … and so used warm creams and dusky pinks alongside a frosty print in a warmer tone of grey.
Available as a folded square, pocketfold or postcard style invitation, with a full matching range of reception stationery … including my new range of Guest Books and Simply K&K Blank Invitation Packs.

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The second of the new ranges is called Tropical Travel.

I am often asked to design wedding stationery for clients who are getting married abroad. I already have my Vintage Travel range … but with that having more of a colonial feel, I wanted to come up with something which would be appeal to those clients who wanted a more colourful, tropical theme.
I was inspired by my travels to Thailand & Australia and so went for brightly coloured flowers and a contrasting map print mixed with dark woods and leather ties. The bright pink luggage tags add a fun element and make the design very easy to personalise.
Available as a folded square, pocketfold or postcard style invitation, with a full matching range of reception stationery … including my new range of Guest Books and Simply K&K Blank Invitation Packs.

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In conjunction with the new ranges I have updated several of the existing ranges, many of which now come with a ‘pocketfold’ option. All of the ranges also now come with the option of matching printed envelope liners and pre-addressed envelope labels – making it as easy as possible for clients to send their wedding stationery straight out to their guests with as little hassle as possible!
And for those clients who are in a hurry or on a budget I’ve updated my ‘Simply K&K’ range of ready to write postcards so that they match all of the standard ranges and can be purchased directly from the website.

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  • You can see the full stationery range HERE


For more information go to

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