Papier reveals new V&A inspired wedding stationery

20 Mar 2018

Featuring an array of beautiful designs, Papier's new wedding stationery range is inspired by collections from the Victoria and Albert Museum

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Online stationery provider Papier has launched its second wedding collection in conjunction with the V&A - London's leading museum in art and design. 

Unearthed from the V&A archives, the chinese floral designs draw influences from rich and romantic textiles which offer an element of story-telling. 

Designs available include seasonal blossoms in a palette of soft reds and greens and a cobalt blue ceramic-style pattern. 

Products include invitations and complete stationery sets, as well as notebooks and diaries. 

Prices start from £1.09 and the designs can be viewed in the gallery above. For more information, visit

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