Wedding stationery comes in so many different designs and types. Personalised and decorated stationery will often be kept as a keepsake by your guests as souvenirs of your special day for years to come.
If you have a particular theme in mind for your wedding, then you will want to make sure you have stationery to match. You should decide on colour, shape and size, a good typeface to ensure all your guests will be able to read the invitations. And you need to decide on the range of differing types of stationery you would like, i.e. save the date, invitations, RSVP cards, thank you cards, and so on.
Here’s some great ideas from businesses offering wedding stationery based in Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire from places like Reading, Oxford, Milton Keynes, Aylesbury, Banbury and Buckingham, whom you might want to get in touch with...
Don't forget to mention Your Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wedding magazine when contacting a business offering wedding stationery.
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Posted: 11 May 2022
Planning a Christmas wedding in 2022? Then check out the latest wedding stationery collection from Encore Graphics, especially this Xmas-themed invitation. The talented team design everything from place cards to the order of the day in beautiful bespoke designs. Meanwhile, if you're searching for wow-factor favours then check out the new wedding silhouette art by Silhouette Sarah. Designer Sarah uses specialised scissors and black paper to hand-cut the profiles of each wedding guest, resulting in these flattering miniature silhouette profiles that make a great talking point! It's a fun ice-breaker for after the wedding ceremony while the couple portraits are being taken or during the wedding breakfast.
Posted: 21 December 2021