Classic & Vintage Wedding Stationery
Beautiful lace, with satin ribbon, diamante and pearls
Antique lace is a lovely, delicate, romantic design with vintage style lace and satin ribbon finished off with sparkling pearl and diamante cluster. With thousands of colour combinations and a myriad of embellishments, you can create a completely unique design for a wedding or celebration any time of the year.
Wedding and evening invitations are available in pocketfold, pull out wallet, classic folded and flat styles, with a full range of matching reception stationery and accessories including favour boxes, table plans and post boxes.
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What’s for dinner?
Wedding menus are not essential but can be a nice finishing touch to your reception tables. You will need them though if you are offering your guests a choice of meal.
Place two or three folded menus on each reception table. Our regular folded menus measure about 10cm x 21cm and have a card outer with a stiff paper insert. The insert can be printed on both the left and right hand sides so can incorporate other details such as the wine list, or a children’s menu. If you would like a different shape menu (square or extra tall) we can do that too, just let us know.
If you have asked your guests to choose their menu in advance of the wedding then it will be a good idea to have a reminder for them on the table. Our personalised luggage labels (measuring approximately 6cm x 11cm) are perfect for this, and as they will be printed with your guests’ names they will double up as place cards.
We can also design bespoke bookmark style menu cards, please contact us for details.
A classic looking invitation that your guests can stand up on their mantelpiece.
Folded invitations are a classic, just like a birthday card that your guests can stand up on their mantle piece. Most popular sizes are square or tall, but we can make any size you like. The embellishment is on the outer of the folded card and all the information is on the paper insert.
The invitation itself will take up one side of the insert and a limited amount of guest information (usually venue details and a gift poem) can be printed on the facing page.
Perfect if you prefer a more traditional style of invitation, you don’t have masses of extra information to tell your guests and you don’t want to include a reply card (although you can slot one in if you want to!).
Let your guests know they need to “save the date” before you confirm the details with an official wedding invitation
Save the date cards can be sent out as soon as you have booked the big day, a year or more in advance, and are especially useful if you are getting married in the height of the holiday season or at other busy times like Christmas or Easter. It can be a nice touch to send out your save the date cards exactly one year to the day before your wedding.
They are not essential, but can help your guests if they need to book accommodation, arrange transport etc. A simple, small flat card or one of our little hanging hearts or luggage labels are ideal. Calendar style are also popular. Magnets can be added to lots of our designs so your guests can stick them on their fridge. You will need one per household, and if you’re not sure whether someone will make it to the final guest list it’s probably best not to send them one!
Coordinate your table numbers with your other stationery
Cards that identify the tables in the reception room to help your guests to find their seat. You will definitely need these if you are naming your tables rather than using numbers.
We can make table names or numbers flat to be placed in the table number holders that many venues use. We can also make them as free standing tent cards, flags on sticks, or large tags with ribbon or lace attached to hang from floral arrangements or candelabra so they become an integral part of the table decor. The possibilities are endless!!
You will need one per table including the top table.