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You only get one chance to make a first impression, so make it a good one! The same goes for your wedding stationery.

Wedding invitations are an important part of your big day as they are the first contact you have with your guests. Your invitations and stationery set the tone for the entire day, so choose a motif that you can carry throughout your décor.

When choosing your stationery, you can also get matching inserts, such as RSVP cards, maps and directions, details regarding transportation, hotel information and dress code – see Farrell and Chase’s cute insert on ‘How to tie a bow-tie’ for black-tie weddings.

invites baroque 

Clockwise from top left: Pink Lily Press at Etsy;; White or Cream; Shop;



Clockwise from top left:I Do Stationery; Image by Elyse Hall Photography; Image by Jody Miller Photography; Feather and Ink, Image by Aspect Photography; Farrell and Chase; The Shop.


Clockwise from top left:Ivandy27 at Etsy; Rosy Days; Farrell and Chase; Oh So Beautiful Paper; Ello There at Etsy.



Clockwise from top left:Feather and Ink; Finer Details; Susan Stripling Photography; Pretty as a Picture, Image by Simon Archer; DIY as seen on Green Wedding Shoes.


Your stationery can also be used to reflect your personality as a couple, for instance, you could use movie tickets or create a DIY invite, such as ‘tying the knot literally’ – created by Behance

For more amazing wedding stationery have a look at our Suppliers Directory.

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