Ruth Elizabeth Design : Bespoke Wedding Stationery and Flower Accessories
Bespoke design details for your big day
Pretty rose clip range in peach, white, cream and fawn colours with glass bead centres - can be worn as a small corsage or in the hair. Only £9 with £4 donation from every sale going to the Burrswood Hospital.
CFS/ME affects about 250,000 people in Britain yet NHS provision is extremely limited for those who are severely affected, with few services offering home visits and designated hospital beds being almost non-existent. Burrswood Hospital, near Tunbridge Wells, has set up an initiative to enable people with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME) to receive treatment.
Charlie Edwards, 34, is one such patient who is desperate for some progression in her health and quality of life. Following four years of paying privately for specialist consultations and daily medication, we at R.E.D would like to try and help her financially to get a place on the Burrswood respite programme.
Please support our campaign and buy your Charlie flower today.
Welcome to Ruth Elizabeth Design and congratulations on your engagement!
If you're bored with the usual 'hearts and bows' approach and would like something more personal and quirky, you're in the right place. We pride ourselves on creating original wedding stationery that is unique to you and your partner, preferring to think outside the 'pink sparkly' box!
Need some inspiration? Browse through the real-life case studies on our Bespoke Stationery page.
We also work with talented designer Little h, who makes beautiful handcrafted flower accessories using vintage fabrics, beads and buttons – perfect for hair pieces, corsages or embellishing your stationery. Please take a look at the current Little h flower range available in our online shop.
All bespoke enquiries for both stationery and flower accessories are welcomed. Please see our Contact page for details on how to get in touch and come and say hello on twitter!
We wish you all the best with your planning, and remember: