Whilst browsing through Twitterville I came across Strange Fruit and their beautiful and unique greeting cards.
Husband and wife team Denise and Cory have together created a greeting card publisher which offers cute and quirky cards which 'reflect Great Britain’s colourful population'.
After feeling disappointed at not receiving any multicultural cards for their wedding nuptials, almost overnight the idea for Strange Fruit and this lovely set of greeting cards was born!
'Cut it Out' is their first collection and has a distinct retro vibe; it is created using recycled materials and vintage images. All of the cards feature meaningful and really quite touching quotes and they have thoughtfully been left blank inside so that you can customise and personalise with your message as you wish.
You know a card has the X-Factor when you want to keep it and display it in your home as artwork and I most certainly want to that with the Strange Fruit range of cards.
If you are looking for a wedding card to give to a bride and groom, check this one out...
and what about these, they would make perfect thank-you cards for your wedding party...
Denise from Strange Fruit has some brilliant advice for brides-to-be looking for their wedding stationery and also some exciting developments planned for next year.
"Spend what you can afford and don't feel bad about it! Your wedding is your wedding, the people you invite to spend your day with you are so much more important than the paper you use to invite them. I'm working on a range of off the shelf wedding stationery, the invites and coordinating thank you cards will be designed so the bridal couple can add their own inserts. I'd be interested to hear from any brides to be who would be interested in having my first range of invitations designed around their wedding."
Did you see that ladies! If I was not already a married women I would be first in line, these are totally up my street quirky, cultural and stylish. If you are getting married in 2012, this is a wonderful opportunity to get yourselves some really special wedding stationery.
I was also lucky enough to interview Denise to find out a bit more about StrangeFruit...take a look here.