Stationer Papier has teamed up with one of the most luxurious wedding venues in the country to create a very special line of stationery
It’s the 17th century mansion that’s hosted more high profile celebrations than you’ve had hot dinners, and now its latest venture sees it team up with online stationer Papier to create a very special collection of wedding stationery.
Sophie Taylor, who owns Aynhoe Park with husband James Perkins, chose artist Victoria Fitzroy to design the collection that’s directly inspired by the Cotswold stately home. Victoria spent time with Sophie in her astounding home, and drew on the space’s eccentric art collection – from whimsical taxidermy to majestic sculptures – when creating the designs.
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Set on 250 acres of grounds sculpted by Capability Brown, the house was bought back in 2004 by music mogul James, since which they have turned it into a modern treasure trove of art and design that’s at one with the building’s heritage. You can now hire out the home for bespoke wedding celebrations, where you can design the day of your dreams down to a tee.
The collection is made up of two ranges – animal and classical – with table plans, menus, place names, notebooks, save the dates and invites. Victoria brings the taxidermy to life with her whimsical illustrations and soft colours.
The entire 22-piece collection is available to shop right now on the Papier website, with prices starting from £1.09.
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