I’ve always been slightly obsessed with stationery and was SO thrilled to find Justin and Kate doing beautiful bespoke stuff at Dusty Boy! We couldn’t have been happier with how everything turned out. They were so collaborative and nothing was ever too much even though my changeable mind must have been a nightmare at points! Justin even hand delivered the box of finished invites so we could meet a deadline, complete with ribbons, bows and a smile! We still have loads of the prints from our day hanging in our home and I gifted some to the wedding party too. Everybody loved the invites, thank you’s, the little signs and the AMAZING confetti bags, they really were perfect. I really couldn’t recommend Dusty Boy highly enough.
— Angela Scanlon

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Our stationery is designed, produced and printed in house on beautiful heavy weighted 400gsm card with the option to upgrade to a completely sumptuous 600gsm card.  We use both smooth, off white and textured linen finish stationery for each of our collections.

In addition to the standard digital printed finish that we do, we can also complete your stationery pieces with our deliciously luxurious foil stamping machine to really make a statement with your wedding paper!

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We had no worries at all with any aspect of our wedding stationery once we found Dusty Boy. They are completely unique in their designs and ideas. I had almost lost hope that there was anyone out there who offered something different to the generic invite! We received a very professional, prompt and high quality service from beginning to end. Once we received our finished product, we were delighted. The finish was amazing and just what we had wanted. The paper was very high quality and this was important as I have received many invites in the past which were just nowhere near the standard. The stationery sets a precedence for the whole day. If it’s important to you aswell, then you really have no other choice. I don’t know anybody else who can compete in this field. Dusty boy designs are unpassable.
— Leanne Kavangah