The brief was for a rustic theme, with a lavendar colour scheme, although examples were presented in both lavendar and black ink.
The tables are all named after obscure Lincolnshire villages, with a total of 12 place cards. To expand upon generic wedding place cards that could've just been acquired elsewhere, to make these unique, additional visual elements were incorporated into the designs.
|Pode Hole inspired by Alfred Bestall|
The groom's Grandfather's prizewinning racing pigeons adorn the top of this head table illustration flanked by paper windmills to reflect further on the surrounding Dutch influence landscape.
|Long Bennington - Bees and star jam|
|Fosdyke - Willow trees and windmills for this estuary location|
|Grimblethorpe explores its Viking heritage|
|Norton Disney with an amusement park / showbiz theme|
Mavis Enderby avoids traditional bird cage designs often found in wedding stationery and decorative products, instead going for a bird's nest and birdhouse design. Marriage shouldn't be a metaphorical cage, no!
A straight up lavendar wreath in a horseshoe design, finished with a gothic arch, decorated with hearts, and celebrated with a flypast from The Red Arrows.
Tydd Gote, located
in the Wash Estuary between Holbeach and Sutton Bridge is possibly the location of Bad King John's lost crown jewels, which is why Tydd Gote has a medieval shield design flanked by seaweed. Waves at the bottom represent the tide overcoming King John's baggage carriage, with his horse in peril in the waves, and the crown jewels in the sea.
Love locks for the happy couple follow the treasure quest theme.
|Hand illustrated holders|