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Luna & Sol Collective Design was born from a dream.
We were just two gals who wanted to change the game.

Our style couldn’t be more different but it’s great to be able to offer the best of both worlds!
Collectively we have the same goals and continue to make it happen.

sustainability

T here is no planet B so we aim to reduce as much negative impacts in our business where we can.

Our plantable Seeded Paper range is 100% organic.

Encourage your guests to pot into plants as they are made with handmade and air-dried paper pressed with basil seeds. We design these collections in 2 styles:

Hand stamped illustrative art and combined with 100% recyclable vegan vellum paper

Direct organic printing for a colourful finish

Our take on Metallics is also different to other stationery brands.

Did you know that most (if not all) of the metallic UV foiled prints and materials can’t be recycled? There’s a major difference between ‘biodegradable’ materials and ‘compostable’ materials. Everything can technically degrade into smaller pieces, such as micro plastics, but only natural materials can decompose back into the earth without leaving waste behind in landfill.  

zero waste

We are passionate about cutting unnecessary wastes, and continuously aim to be creative within the perimeters of sustainability. 


We source recycled paper with components such as denim off-cuts, organic fibres, and production wastes to extend the life cycle of each material. Check out our Paper page for more information. 


Our signature Zero Waste range folds itself back into an envelope. It can be finished with a wax seal, ribbon, or sticker. This design approach eliminates the need for extra materials as it can fit all the information into one design! Just add a postal stamp on the finished fold and send away – It saves the planet and your wedding budget! 


The ultimate zero waste product leads to our Animated E-invitations. Bring 2D ideas into exciting stop-motion videos that represent 100% of who you are. 

design focused

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We want to inspire ideas that you may not have thought of. Let us know what you’re thinking, and we can help you to narrate your own love story. We provide both bespoke art and can tweak our semi-custom collections to match back to each couple, all the while offering sustainable and eco-friendly wedding approaches.

 

Cat’s designs are romantic and artistic, find her work under the design style ‘Chase that sketch’.

Chiara’s designs are fun and quirky, find her work under the design style ‘Kica Wall’

punch of personality

SCREW TRADITION. Don’t do what you’re told to do.

Do what you want to do. It’s your wedding after all!

Check out our funky all in one format, our layered folder suites, our modern designs, and alternative materials to get started. Everything we do aims to reduce waste where we can so we can continue to spread the word about Eco weddings and stationery.

We can’t wait to hear from you!

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Luna & Sol is committed to provide a platform for new artists to showcase their talents. We’d like to introduce Rosie Walker, our in-house watercolourist who specialises in florals and plants. We’re very excited that we can now offer bespoke watercolour designs for our couples. Rosie is a self-taught artist who found a passion for painting a long time ago but only rekindled her love of watercolours in early 2020. She loves colours and experimenting with large dramatic petals focusing on movement and depth. Her watercolours are both romantic and bold at the same time. Combine with Luna & Sol’s modern approach to design, we made a perfect match. 
Check out her semi-custom collections on our organic Seeded Paper below or let us know your ideas that you’d like to commission Rosie.   


“I started exploring watercolour pencils then moved to painting. I always had a passion for flowers and used to work in a florist back in New Zealand. Then I moved to London about 7 years ago and have loved all the different gardens and stunning flowers that I never saw back home (it's quite different between the UK and NZ). I’d like to one day move towards realism in my watercolour techniques” – Rosie Walker

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