Reader Competition ~ Emily&Jo Bespoke Wedding Stationery Giveaway, Worth £250…

Afternoon everyone! Have you seen this morning’s wedding yet? It’s such an art deco vintage beauty, lots of ‘this is my favourite so far!’ tweets this morning – unsurprisingly!

I’ve got a lovely competition to share with you this lunch time, courtesty of long time Love My Dress sponsor and wonderful bespoke stationery designers, Emily&Jo.

Emily&Jo are keen to offer one of my readers the opportunity to win £250 worth of statoinery, and that includes anything from their wedding range, social stationery range, their colleciton of pretty thank you cards or correspondence cards.  The choice is fully and entirely yours!

“Emily&Jo is in essence chic, contemporary and classic, couture stationery. Good design and typesetting is where we start, but it’s the combination of printing techniques, quality paper stock and design that makes the difference.

When you get this right you can create something special. We hope you agree, and enjoy Emily&Jo…”

Love My Dress Wedding Blog – Imagery Copyright (c) 2012, Emily&Jo

Beautiful bespoke wedding stationery by Emily&Jo

This is one of those wonderful competition that requires very little effort to enter.  All we ask, is that you pop along to the Emily&Jo website, choose your favourite stationery design from the whole entire collection suite, and then come back here and leave a comment in the box below stating which is your favourite design and why!

The only other thing we ask is that you like the Emily and Jo Facebook page, as well as the Love My Dress facebook page {we’ll be checking those entries to make sure our winner is following us!}.

Following our Facebook business pages is a great way of keeping in touch and finding out what’s coming up in advanace of content appearing on the blog.

It would be super lovely to hear some about your wedding plans too – when is the big day, do you have any specific styling ideas, colours etc? I love to hear about my reader’s wedding plans!

Beautiful bespoke wedding stationery by Emily&Jo

This competition is open midnight on Monday 18th June 2012, after which we will pick a winner at random and announce the winner on the blog later that week.

The prize does of course extends to not only invitations but includes on the day stationery items and thank you cards or correspondence cards from the Emily&Jo portfolio…

Gold on Ebony Bodoni

That just leaves me to wish all of you lots of love and luck! Get those comments rolling in ladies!

The full terms and conditions for this competition can be viewed below – remember to ‘like’ the Emily and Jo Facebook page and Love My Dress facebook page to qualify your entry! 😉

Check back in later for more wedding inspiration

Much love all,





Terms and Conditions

1. This competition will run 11 June for a period of seven days, ending at midnight on Monday 18th June 2012.  The winner will be announced on Love My Dress later that week.
2.  Each entrant must
like the Emily and Jo Facebook page and the Love My Dress facebook page in order for their entry to qualify, otherwise their entry will be discounted.

3. Only one application per person is allowed
4. The maximum value of the winning item will be £250
5. Winning products cannot be returned, refunded or exchanged
6. The winning product will be shipped via first class recorded delivery within a timescale agreed between the winner and Emily&Jo
7. In entering this competition, you agree to your data {name, email address} being maintained by both Love My Dress and Emily & Jo for marketing purposes. Your data will not ever be shared with any third party


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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.