I am super excited to be featuring In the Treehouse on the blog. Recently nominated in the Perfect Wedding Awards 2012 for Best Wedding Stationery, the company is run by a small but fabulous team.
Jenny Keegan set up the business a year ago and it has grown at an astonishing rate ever since. Jenny is responsible for bespoke work, developing new ranges and manages the blog. The team has expanded, and there are now four others helping Jenny to run a smooth operation. There’s Matt No.1 (Operations Manager, also dubbed Treehouse Keeper) Matt No.2 (Design Assistant) Leanne (married to Matt No.1, organises distribution) and Lily (their new design apprentice). In the Treehouse has also recently moved to a shiny new creative hub – a brand new workshop in Tavistock, shown below.
I’ve been lucky enough to work with Jenny on a professional basis as she designs all of our artwork for our vintage event promo. I wouldn’t dream of using anyone else because she has the natural ability to read a vague email requesting artwork in an extremely short space of time, and always comes up with something magical!
Along with offering bespoke designs for businesses/charities and celebration stationery, the main focus on the company is of course – wedding stationery. There are currently fifteen collections to choose from which include save the date cards, invitations, orders of service, menus, place cards, table numbers & plans, thank you cards and lots of other accessory pieces. I’ve picked out my three favourite collections to share with you but be sure to go and browse the rest here.
I love the colour combinations in these designs – the turquoise and red are bold, and then combined with the black and white – it’s fabulous. Plus there’s polka dots – always a winner when DVW are concerned! This stationery would be great for a light-hearted, 50’s or 60’s wedding. Think Jazz and dancing and it’d be perfect!
This range is very traditionally vintage and extremely cute. The pastel colours work with the images perfectly; this would definitely suit a spring wedding and the nice range of colours means you could pick a whole range of venue decor and flowers that would still compliment the palette of the stationery.
Love in the City
This might be one of my favourites – I’m a sucker for a 1920’s wedding theme. This range is great for really conveying the theme of the wedding and making it clear to guests what to wear on the day. I really like the silhouette skyline with the bride and groom dancing the night away.
There’s so much more to look if you visit the company website here.
And make sure to check the fabulous blog for lots of wedding and design inspiration too!
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