Wedding Ideas: Stationery and Invites
Your wedding stationery and invites set the tone for your big day and show your guests what’s to come. Check out wedding stationery etiquette, trends and tips below! Still looking for your stationery supplier? Find a wedding stationery company to suit you.
If you don't want the conventional guest book at your special day then here are 10 amazing alternative wedding guest books from Etsy, so you can keep reminiscing over your perfect wedding day for years to come.
Whether your wedding is boho-themed or rock 'n' roll themed, these alternatives will add to your wedding decor as well as catch everyone's eye. These will have your guests writing beautiful best wishes for you as a happy couple, making you proud to have these guest books displayed in your home as a lovely wall mount or even as a fun game.
In this episode of Guides for Brides – The Wedding Podcast, Nikita and Amelia discuss the wedding stationery you'll want to consider for your big day.
The Coronavirus pandemic has had a significant impact on many 2020 and 2021 weddings. Many couples may need to change the date of their wedding. So, how to go about informing your guests?
Christmas is always a lovely time to reach out to friends and family - and if you're sending Christmas cards, why not combine it with your save the dates? Not only does this save on postage (clever), it's also a great way to theme a festive or Christmas wedding. If you need inspiration, here are some fun Christmas save the date ideas...
Your wedding stationery is your guests' first glimpse of your style of wedding; modern or traditional, colourful or simple chic, handmade or printed - the choice is immense. For many brides, it is important to coordinate your choice of wedding stationery, from your wedding invitations to your place cards, so it all has a running theme. Wedding stationery can be easily personalised whether using DIY wedding stationery or a professional service. Here is our quick guide to great wedding stationery.
Once there was a time when invites were the only protocol for weddings, but now with people's lives being chock full of busy days, you have to give your guests as much warning as possible to make sure they book your wedding day into their diaries. That's where save the dates come in! A simple card with your wedding date on would suffice, but why not take the opportunity to tease your guests with a hint of what to expect on the day.
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