Wedding Stationery ~ Mix and Match Paper Goods from Berinmade…


“Championing the spirit of playful, and creativity for the loved and the cherished…”


Hi, my name is Erin Hung, the founder and illustrator of BerinMade.  I've already contributed some fun DIY features to the Love My Dress wedding blog and am excited to be contributing more soon.  Today, I’m excited to announce the launch of the new wedding section at BerinMade HQ.

The stationery line is compiled of a swatchbook of illustrated designs, and can be mixed, matched and colour-customised to the your hearts’ content. Conceived with the budget-and-design-savvy bride in mind, our straight-forward service aims to champion a love of festive celebration with a unique personal touch, without the price tag of total custom design.

Love My Dress Wedding Blog – Photography Copyright (c) 2012, Caught The Light {image of Erin below left}

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Mixing and Matching…

The Swatchbook, much like a sketchbook, is my collection of illustrated and hand-lettered elements where you can explore your ideas and vision, and experiment with mixing, matching and colour-customising what you like best for your invitation set…

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These elements can be chosen to extend into their enclosures, accessories, day-of paper goods, as well as after-the-day stationery…

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On top of all of this, built into the price is a unique hand-lettering of the couple’s names which will feature on their invitation sets (pictured below).

The whimsical flourish of hand-lettering is the perfect emblem in the suite which gives it all the look and luxury of custom invitations…

Love My Dress Wedding Blog – Photography Copyright (c) 2012, Marianne Taylor

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Invitation sets are printed on a luxurious Colourplan range by GFSmith. Extra finishing such as embossing, debossing, and foil blocking are all supported by this paper range.

Since paper is so important, we encourage our clients to order a sample, and it’s fully redeemable with a future order…

Love My Dress Wedding Blog – Photography Copyright (c) 2012, Marianne Taylor


Ordering is Easy…

The price list is published on the website, making it fuss-free for the couple to flexibly budget for their wedding. The most economical is the 3-piece package set, starting at £4.50 for a set. There is also an A la Carte option where it is possible to build a wedding suite from scratch, from DIY envelope stamps to belly bands…

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Once an enquiry is made via the order form, the couple will be sent a formal quotation and a 50% deposit is made to secure the booking. From then on, we will discuss your customising options. Built into the price is 3 rounds of drafts. There is also an option of a physical proof (at a small extra cost). Printing only takes 5-7 days and can be delivered to the client’s doorstep…

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Other Unique Items…

There is also an array of unique DIY items available through the Etsy shop, such as the popular hand-lettering stamp (pictured left), and custom home decor items such as wall decals.

For more, visit the Berinmade Etsy shop here


Please feel free to direct any enquiries and/or hi-res images requests to Erin at [email protected] or visit the BerinMade website.  You can also find Berinmade on Facebook and Twitter.

Erin Hung
Founder/Illustrator at Berinmade


Huge thanks to Erin for sharing details of this fab new service with our readers.  You can see more from Berinmade on Love My Dress here.


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Founder of Love My Dress. Passionate Podcaster and Editor. Annabel lives in rural North Yorkshire with her husband and business partner Philip, their two daughters and menagerie of furry hounds. She loves photography, meditation, walking, being outdoors and star gazing. She is fierce when it comes to championing talent within the wedding industry and when she's not working on Love My Dress, she supports her husband Philip in the running of the family's sustainable flower farm and floral design business, Moonwind Flowers. In 2013, she became a published author.