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Where do I start?

Once you have your date set and your venue is booked then it is a good idea to get your stationery booked in.

Here are some things to think about:

>Save the Dates…9 months to 1 year before

You can send these when you have a venue. They are a great way to give your guests the date and location for the wedding.


>Invites…3 months before if you sent Save the Dates or 6 months if you haven’t

Invites will include all of the details your guests need. You may want to

include extra parts to your invite suite such as RSVP or information cards suggesting accommodation, gift ideas etc.
















So, how does it work?

From initial thoughts through to receiving your dream pieces of stationery, here is a guideline to help you through the whole process of ordering your stationery.


1. Have a nosey…

The first step is to have a look through my House Collections and Bespoke gallery to get a feel of my work. I would also recommend you having a look at my Instagram page which highlights commissions past and present


Whilst I feel I am adaptable in my style, my work focuses on hand painted sketches and illustrations enhanced with a love for layers, textures and a luxurious finish.

2. Get in touch…

If you’ve seen something you like then please get in touch - links can be found at the bottom of the page or on the Contact page.


3. Decisions decisions…

The choice ahead of you now lies with whether you would like to opt for a House Collection or a Bespoke Design, and this is where the guide now splits depending on your decision:

You can find follow the links to each of the pages above, and information on the processes followed using the following links:


And of course don’t forget that you don’t have to be getting married to order my stationery – I can create anything for any event you may be hosting!

Invitation suites ticklist:​

  • Save the Dates

  • Invitations

  • Information Cards

  • RSVPs

  • Printed Address Envelopes

  • Embellishments

  • Wax Seals

  • Vellum Wraps

  • Belly Bands

  • Silk Ribbon

  • Deckled Edges

  • Stickers

  • Vintage Stamps

  • Gold Flakes

  • Envelope Liners

  • Coloured Envelopes

>On the day

From menus, place cards to table plans. You need to start planning these with your stationer about 2 months before your big day even if you don’t finalise the print until you have your guest list finalised. You may also want to think about Thank-you cards for your guests or suppliers.

On the day stationery tick list:​

  • Order of Service (ceremony)

  • Order of the day (running of the day)

  • Table Plan

  • Signage

  • Favour tags

  • Menus

  • Place cards

  • Table names/numbers

  • Thank you card

  • Instagram
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