Hayley, the owner of I Met Him On a Sunday describes in her company in own words...

I Met Him on a Sunday, started from very humble beginnings in 2012 when my husband and I were planning our own wedding and were struggling to find any wedding stationery that even remotely suited our personalities or reflected us a couple. I invested in a wealth of craft supplies and spent my evening creating little invitation prototypes in the hope of coming up with design a design I believed represented us as a couple. As both Adam and I have backgrounds in design (mine being fashion design and Adam's being tattooing) together we eventually came up with a design for our invitations that we both loved and our guests were amazed by! No one could believe almost single handedly I had created all our wedding stationery and decorations.

After our wedding was done and dusted and things went back to 'normal', I tided away my craft supplies and continued to work at our tattoo studio as I had been doing so until just before our wedding, where sadly I was made redundant from my job as an assistant fashion designer due to the economic down turn.

Although I loved our little tattoo studio and throughly enjoyed it there, I had a feeling that something was missing. There simply wasn't anywhere for my creativity to go and aside from picking up a tattoo machine and having a go on some vary wary guina pigs, I decided to

I design and hand make everything I sell from start to finish.

My designs are far from traditional and usually inspired by pop culture/film/TV/books/art work or unusual requests from my clients.

I welcome unconventional ideas and love to avoid straight lines where I can, using unusual shapes or themes to create unique wedding invitations and stationery that will represent the couple and be unlike anything their guests have ever seen before.

I don't believe in minimum quantity orders - I believe that every wedding is special and unique regardless of the guest list number, so I offer the same custom design services no matter what the order quantity, even if it's just a one off design for the Groom to give his Bride on their wedding day.