Stationery Designer – EMILY LAUREN // Truly And Madly
This article was originally published over on Truly and Madly, Which in her own words is a "Bridal fashion blog and wedding style guide, inspired by art, people, film, photography, places and spaces" gorgeously curated and visually stunning, Truly Madly is a modern brides fashion guide.
Emily Lauren is the Sydney based stylist, designer, and visionary gem bringing elegance and panache to romantic events all over with her luxury artisan stationery & invitation suites. She is reforming the cliché that ‘brides must love pink’ and weddings must mean ‘excessiveness on all fronts.’ She is what we consider a pioneer in the new wave of modern minds belonging to the creative world. These designers, photographers and creative directors offer a new approach to wedding style – one that is refined, sophisticated, strategic but beautiful, and features all the things we love to love – just take a look at Emily’s Instagram feed.
Emily’s work is a testament to the truth that the atmosphere and aesthetic of events and spaces should be just as memorable as the people or product being celebrated within them. A celebration, especially a wedding, is a major visual moment that will from then on become imprinted in guest’s memories long after it wraps up. For this reason, investing in a little artistic consideration to define a specific style relevant to you and the times you’re living in you surely cannot go wrong.
The look characterised by monochromatic palettes, and stark, architecturally considered spaces is a modern phenomenon that is bringing forth a new way of approaching weddings of today. Emily’s work thrives off this principle, yet still makes use of the classic, traditional and timeless elements of stationery and event keepsakes that have been associated with weddings for centuries. It’s this interesting combination of hard and soft, light and dark, feminine and masculine, old and new, that is making this styling trend one we are very eager to follow and make the absolute most of as it progresses and makes it emergence into the world of weddings even more.