When it comes to planning your wedding stationery, it’s timing that’s key.
It’s a super exciting time for you both and wedding stationery can be a truly fun part of the wedding planning process. Your invitation holds your guest’s first clue of what your wedding day has in store.
So, create something personal, that fits your style and gets you and your guests excited about your big day!
Remember, you need to send invitations out at least three months before the wedding day (there’s a growing trend of sending Save The Date cards out first, up to 12 months before the big day).
Above: Vintage carnival themed 'Confetti Love' wedding invitations/stationery are ready to be personalised with your details. Confetti Love wedding invitation by Something Kinda Cute, starting £2 each, www.notonthehighstreet.com
Be sure to put the correct RSVP date in your invitations – this should be well in advance of the cut-off point your venue and caterers give for final numbers.
If you’re having your invitations made or printed, allow up to one month for them to be produced and delivered.
Left: These stunning clear acrylic wedding invitations are the perfect way to invite your guests to your big day!These beautiful invitations are fully personalised with your details, ready to send out. Acrylic wedding stationery by Twenty-seven, starting from £3.50 each, www.notonthehighstreet.com
As a rule, the bigger the order the lower the cost, so don’t forget to order thank you cards along with the invitations, order of service, menus and place cards.
Below left: Floral chalkboard wedding invitation with photo by Violet Pickles, starting from £2 each, www.notonthehighstreet.com Below right: Entwined letters wedding wooden card by Hickory Dickory Designs, £12.95, www.notonthehighstreet.com