Don’t know where to order your stationery? Then take a look at Etsy. It’s packed full of hidden wedding stationery gems, and lots of them are based in the UK. Whether you’re looking for a whole personalised suite of stationery or want some pretty printables to reflect your W-day style on a budget, here are some of our favourite collections:
For a wedding with serious fun factor, you can’t beat Paper Knots‘ quirky-cool Camelot collection. Bursting with colour and full of witty details, it’s perfect if you want to take your guests on an adventure to remember! Oh, and the save the date cards have a built-in Love-o-meter. If that’s not a reason to buy them, we don’t know what is…
Want to add a stylish touch to your wedding day with a few inexpensive purchases? Then these paper-based beauties are just what you need!
1) Add a serious pop of colour with these pretty Jewel paper poms from Eagle Eyed Bride. They come in a variety of colours so you can choose a collection to suit your colour scheme, and they’re an instant way to liven up your reception room without blowing the budget (£25 for 12).
There are a few common wedding stationery pitfalls that it’s easy to fall into without some knowhow. Here’s our guide to the most common disasters, and how to steer clear!
1) Our stationery’s arrived and it’s got a typo in it [insert expletive here]
If your beautiful big-day stationery has arrived and has one (or more) mistakes in the copy, you’re bound to be upset. Make sure it doesn’t happen by asking your stationery supplier to send you a proof of the copy before they print the invites – all good stationery providers will be happy to do this. Get at least one other person to read over it before approving it – someone other than you and your groom is a good idea. Make sure you double-check important details such as ceremony times and venue postcodes, and be aware of misplaced apostrophes and common spelling mistakes. Printing off a copy of the proof is always a better idea than just looking onscreen, too.