If we could sum up The Hello Bureau's philosophy in a few words, it would be "to keep things simple".
We've been in the wedding and events industry long enough to know that sometimes you just don't have the time or energy to sweat the small stuff.
We're here to help our local Melburnians (and also our lovely interstate customers as well) to achieve their stationery goals.
No matter the occasion – be it a wedding or your child's first birthday party – get in touch with us and we'll see if we can assist with turning your stationery vision into a reality.
We've adapted a "no drama, llama" mindset and seek to create simple and practical stationery.
We understand that each event is different and have created our stationery ordering system to cater for this.
For example, don't want an RSVP card in your wedding invitation set?
No drama, llama.
Just tell us what you want on that card instead and we'll insert the wording.
The same goes for signage.
Not after a wedding welcome sign but a birthday sign instead?
No drama, llama.
Let us know the event and we'll replace the wording in the design.
Our templates are perfect for DIY lovers and the oops-I-left-it-too-late stationery.
We've created these editable templates so you can be in control of the design and wording.
It's essentially like hiring us to design your stationery, only you won't have to deal with back and forth emails and you can instantly make the changes in Templett, download the file and print it out ASAP.
But we won't leave you out in the cold with just a PDF file in your hands! Any time you need assistance from editing to printing recommendations, just reach out to us - we're here to help you!
We'll also be sharing all our DIY tips and suppliers with you on our blog, so keep an eye out for that!
OUR CREATIVE DIRECTOR
A coffee enthusiast who finds satisfaction in witty banter and visually pleasing aesthetics. Cassandra has a background in Fine Arts, Graphic Design, Interior Styling and Editorial Styling.
A typical Libra, she finds inspiration from nature and all aspects of art - especially from architecture, visual arts, music and literature.
When Cassandra isn't doing arty stuff, you'll find her perusing goods at markets, reading Hemingway, catching up with friends over brunch, watching Wes Anderson films, plant shopping, exploring places with a camera and hiking in the great outdoors.
A bit of a spiritual bohemian, some of her favourite things include yoga, crystals and metaphysics.