We love pretty much EVERYTHING that the talented Erin at BerinMade designs, and her new collection for S/S15 is no exception. Some of our favourites are the fun Chalkboard Amaryllis invites, plus they’re fully colour customisable to give them a bespoke look and fit with your W-day theme.
If your stationery budget’s on the tiny side but you still want to post out some prettiness, look no further than Paperchase’s Art Deco inspired Gatsby collection. A set of 10 pocketfold invites costs just £15, making for cheap wedding stationery that still looks amazing. Each invite includes information and RSVP cards which you can hand write, plus a Tiffany blue envelope with scallop detail printed inside, and it would only cost you around £100 to send invites for a wedding of around 100 people!
If you’re dreaming of a relaxed country wedding filled with wildflowers and vintage details, this gorgeous new Bohemia collection from CL.AM Correspondence is guaranteed to get guests in the mood for some whimsical loveliness!
It’s a grey old day today, but we’re brightening it up with these gorgeous Amalfi wedding invites by Louise Richardson Stationery. They’re making us think of sunshine, blue seas and an Aperol spritz – aaaahhh!
We’re loving Be my Bridesmaid cards at the moment, but which one of these designs will you be sending to your girls? We can’t resist the pretty florals and typography details of Cate Darcy’s design (£1.55), but bridesmaids with a sense of humour will get the giggles when they open Vanilla Retro‘s super-cute Ugly Dress card (£2.25). Tell us which one you’d go for in the comments section below!
These sweet badges by Sincerely May (£2 each) are perfect hen do accessories – or even to wear ALL THE TIME in the run-up to the big day. Why not have personalised ones designed for your wedding, too – they make great wedding favours or gifts for your wedding party, and would look super-cute colour coordinated with your wedding theme.
I remember recruiting my bridesmaids over the phone in floods of (happy!) tears almost as soon as my husband had popped the question, but if I could do it again I’d send out this beautiful Be my Bridesmaid card by I am Nat (£3). Who doesn’t love getting a piece of pretty post, especially when it’s this exciting? Fill the envelope with hand-punched tissue paper confetti and write down details of a Pinterest board full of bridesmaid dress ideas – your best girls will love it!