Your Wedding Stationery Design List

Your wedding is a very special and personal day for you, your partner and your family and friends. Couples are now looking to inject their personality into all aspects of their wedding, including their stationery designs. We’ve rounded up a list of the personalised wedding stationery you can design for your big day!

 

 

Save The Date

First up it’s your Save The Date. You should send this out as soon as you know the date and location of the wedding to let your guests know to keep the date free. This is the first chance for you to show your wedding style, and you may decide to design a wedding logo or insignia that can be used throughout your wedding. We advise sticking to something that is A5 or smaller for your save the date cards.

The Invitation

Next up is your wedding invitation. This includes the invitation itself, gift information if you’re registered somewhere or have specific requests (such as money towards your honeymoon), and menu options if you’re having a sit-down meal. You can use the initial design of the save the date card to influence the theme of your invitation. Will you go minimal, use a swirling script font, or go bold? Remember to think about the paper stock and finish too. Matt, gloss and satin finishes can complement your design.

Order of Service

Carry your theme through your ceremony with a personalised Order of Service. Include the hymns or songs that will be played, readings, and prayers that your guests will take part in. If your Order of Service is more than 1 page of A4, think about the binding that you’ll use to keep the pages together.

Table Chart And Place Settings

You can really make a focal point from your table chart with an eye-catching design and stand or frame. And instead of having to hand-write dozens of place settings, you can have them designed, printed and trimmed so that all you need to do is arrange them at your venue.

If you’re looking for printers in Morecambe or Lancaster to design and print your wedding stationery, contact us today!