fetcham bridal masterclass spotlight | abigail warner

Feb 11, 2013

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Here’s a girl after my own heart:
stationery addict and typography geek with the mouth of a sailor.
May I present, the impossibly cool Abigail Warner:

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Hello there! You look nice today.

Thank you for stopping by, I would love to introduce myself,  Abigail Warner , and my business, which is a design and print studio based in Derby and London, established in 2007.

I manage the studio, as well as a small team on a day to day basis which includes design, manufacturing and production of greeting cards, design of wedding stationery and working with clients on beautiful design projects for clients including celebrities and royalty and my greetings cards designs are stocked in beautiful boutiques across the UK, Europe and Australia and in iconic Selfridges and Paperchase.

I love using traditional print making techniques and most of my commissions involve a combination of processes including Letterpress, Engraving, Embossing, Gilting and thermography {all of which I can bore you with, sorry – talk about for hours}

I am also lucky enough to get involved in design and styling projects, which has included styling retail space at Harrods and most recently have been involved in an exciting interiors project with Pearl Lowe for Harper Collins Publishers {Launching May 2013} working on the craft projects and illustrating Pearl Lowe’s Vintage Craft, I am also Editor at Large of Pearl Lowe’s Vintage Home.

A true believer in design collaboration inspiring your brand, I have also just set up the Paper Girls with a lovely friend of mine, Lucy Ledger, supporting and mentoring design and print entrepreneurs in the early stages of setting up in business.

I am a keen fashion and textile lover, total typography and print making geek who loves nothing more than kicking back and creating bespoke designs for my clients. I am also a total Diet Coke hooked cheese loving Foodie and Mojito drinking , Mulberry buying and Vogue obsessed Work-aholic-about-town with a naughty sense of humour, mouth of a sailor and an eye for style.

Looking forward to hopefully meeting you at Fetcham Park.

Abbey

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