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about Kelly C Design

Kelly C Design specializes in creating haute and exquisite wedding invitations and stationery.

Creative ideas from stylish sophisticated, modern chic to classic elegance, every bridal piece is perfectly tailored and delicately crafted to set a lastly impression.

 

Our team at Kelly C Design takes pride in our creations as we are passionate in providing only the finest designs and premium products. Our promise is to provide each our valued client something special, personal and magical to last a lifetime.

 

We have also extended our services under the ‘Essentials’ line which offers bespoke one-of-a-kind creations such as Baby Announcements, Family Crest collaterals, Anniversary & Party invitations.

about Kelly Chiu

Kelly Chiu
founder / creative director

Being the Founder and Creative Director of Kelly C Design and with more than 14 years of experience in the bridal stationary market, my collections reflect my passion in art and design as well as my rich knowledge in printmaking.

 

As a Bachelor’s degree holder in Visual Communication Design from Emily Carr University of Art and Design and Fine Arts Programme Study in Vancouver, my hands-on training and education empowered me to become an all-rounded and innovative graphics designer. My love and passion for graphic design led me to start my co-joined wedding stationery business in 2003, which became one of the top brands in the Hong Kong wedding design category.

 

To further my dream and continue my creative journey to champion more unparalleled, dramatic designs, the Kelly C Design brand is born in 2015 with the goal to provide specialized, bespoke and exquisite wedding stationeries, as well as commercial graphics in branding and visual interaction.

 

My team and I value the finest details in every aspects, from paper selection, creative designs to printing techniques, our work is profoundly unique and hold impeccable client appeal which are endorsed by many top-tier wedding vendors in Hong Kong.

 

Photography by Dennis Mok