Paper Paper has recently launched their debut suite of wedding and event paper. Distinguished by typography and considered details, the studio’s work is quietly romantic and subtle in its introduction to event day styles and concepts.
To shoot their collection, designer Erin Cusack chose to team with Byron-based florist Bramblehaus to create a series of images in which considered design and pared-back elegance triumph.
From Paper Paper:
We were drawn to working with Bramblehaus due to their considered and artful approach to floral design. Their unique and diverse approach also perfectly complimented the intentions on which our collections are based. Our work is driven by a desire to create classic, understated designs that appeal to various aesthetic sensibilities and complement a variety of wedding concepts.
Our minimal and refined event day pieces styled with the beautiful arrangements and single stems created by Bramblehaus conveyed a unique expression and demonstrated the versatility of our stationery to be tailored to reflect an individual style and aesthetic.
We are delighted to have worked with Bramblehaus and excited to share our collection invitation suites and coordinating event day pieces online now.
We were thrilled to connect with Erin and fell in love with her designs. The visual ethos of Paper Paper pairs so perfectly with our approach to floral design – simplicity, subtly and beauty in repetition. Our name – Bramblehaus – is a homage to the wild bramble roses that frequent European gardens and the German art movement Bauhaus which held craftsmanship and simplicity above all. We bring these two approaches together in our work and in these images, contrasting between arrangements which were unstructured and highly textured and simple singular stems which allowed the graceful lines and delicate palette inherent in the flowers themselves to speak boldly. Erin is a joy to work with and we look forward to collaborating on further collections and on real weddings with our couples.