If we’ve met before, maybe at a Wedding fayre or venue, then I’m hopeful you will remember me.

My name’s Jacqui, I’m the Owner of Fuchsia Fairy.

I LOVE working with brides and grooms just like you, to bring an extra special handcrafted touch to your wedding invites, greeting your guests with their gorgeousness!

I’m super excited to hear all about you and your wedding, but first I thought you might like to know WHY I do what I do, and how I can help you on your wedding planning journey.

Enjoy! Hope to speak again soon,


First of all, I  LOVE the English language – and of course, stationery.
(NOT stationary with an a, that is a completely different word – please, don’t get me started).

I almost got a bit sidetracked here, writing something about where inspiration for my designs come from… but I don’t think you have clicked on this page to read that!
You can read a lot more about that on my home page and pick tidbits up from my social media pages, so instead I thought I would do you a quick personal intro…. make yourselves comfy as you peer through the window into my little sparkly world…

I absolutely LOVE my job, I am so so lucky to have the kind of job (it still doesn’t always feel right calling it work) that allows me to be based at home, the hub of all the action in my family.

The wedding world is such a wonderfully romantic place, and whenever I tell people what I do for a living, they think I’m very lucky! The buzz of creating beautiful things from raw materials and feeling the excitement from my lovely brides when they have found the PERFECT invitation to complement their dream day just gives me a warm fuzzy feeling I would never have found in a 9-5 job!

I LOVE working with couples who get me, who understand my style and connect with who I am. I’m really lucky that so many lovely couples have chosen just to sit and chat to me about their wedding like we have known each other for years. On some occasions I have been lucky enough to stay in contact with my couples for many years after the wedding too, which is just so lovely.

What I really love about that kind of connection is that I get to see what my brides are up to, years down the line. I have seen happily married couples proudly pushing prams whilst out and about, or seen familiar names appear on their guest lists, which always gives me a bit of a buzz, to know that my creations are just the thing to bring their elegant wedding to life, time and time again. Just gorgeous!


I am also a mum of boys of varying ages, and recently I also ‘joined your club’ when my soulmate Bruce popped the question! (you may also have spotted him at wedding fayres or seen him on some of my insta stories). For a while now I have also been working my way towards a black belt in karate.

Excitingly, amid my other hobbies I have very recently become a published author, of my memoirs ‘Onward and Upward’ (you can find this on amazon, with amazing reviews!) which tells the story of my personal journey to my real life Happy Ever After which I found in July 2017. I know exactly what it’s like to be in love, just as you are and really enjoy hearing your romantic stories of how you found each other.




So now you know a bit more about who I am, you will hopefully get more of a feel for whether I am the right person to help you plan for your special day. I’m quite excitable, because I enjoy what I do so much that I just can’t keep it to myself! 

If you’re ready to plan your stationery, lets talk! I would love to see you at an upcoming wedding fayre, where you can find samples of my gorgeous creations and the chance to meet face to face! Check out my social media pages for up to date information on these.

Wedding fayres can get busy however, and sometimes there isn’t much chance for a ‘proper’ conversation so if you are ready to discuss in more detail I highly  recommend booking a no obligation appointment by clicking on the link below and let’s get together. I am super excited to hear ALL about your special day, and look forward to meeting with you very soon.

Much love,

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