Baskerville is a serif typeface, designed in the 1750s by a British man named John Baskerville. The typeface was part of an ambitious project to create books of the greatest possible quality. I thoroughly enjoy reading and have therefore drawn inspiration for these semi-custom wedding invitations from a font that remains very popular in book design today. It is also considered a very classic typeface which is why I have named this suite 'Traditional', for those who like to stick with traditions.
Baskerville Typeface & Simplicity
All semi-custom wedding invitations are printed onto thick luxurious paper stock but the rest is up to you! We want your wedding invitations to feel like your own so below is a list of the things you can customise.
CHOICE OF WORDING
If you haven't seen a design that is quite right, please do not hesitate to get in touch. We offer a bespoke service and would love to discuss what you’re thinking for your wedding stationery.
MAKE IT PERSONAL
What can be customised with the Traditional invitation suite?
Found a wedding invitation design you like?
When choosing to work with Me&You for your stationery, you're signing up for a stress-free route to creating some beautiful invitations for your wedding. Here is a step-by-step explanation of the process we go through before posting your stationery to you.
about a semi-custom design
to get the ball rolling
receive a design proposal
with an itemised budget
receive a digital copy of your personalised designs
check spellings and make sure you're happy with everything
your designs will be hand-printed by Danielle