I created this beautiful suite of navy and blush wedding invites and stationery for Sue and Marks 2022 wedding at Canada Lodge & Lake. From our first meeting, both Sue and Mark had a clear idea of their colour scheme and knew they wanted to incorporate a floral design in their invites and stationery. Here’s the suite that we design and put together.
Pocketfold style navy and blush wedding invites
Sue and Mark wanted to include some directions to the venue as well as a note about wedding gifts and a reply card for their guests to fill out and post back to them. A pocketfold style wedding invitation was the perfect choice. A smart navy blue pocket with that gorgeous watercolour floral design on the inserts and bellyband.
Matching navy and blush invites for the evening reception
As is often the case, their evening invitations needed to include much less detail. Guests would be asked to RSVP by email or phone. A simple, flat evening invitation, printed on one side fit the bill. Coordinating perfectly with their navy and blush handmade wedding invites for their day guests.
Wedding day stationery to coordinate with their navy and blush wedding invites
To carry their navy and blush floral theme throughout, I put together a bespoke package of handmade stationery for Mark and Sue’s ceremony and reception.
Sue and Mark booked their production slot with me for their on the day stationery when they ordered their invitations. This meant that they had reminder emails and updates throughout, helping them to make sure their printing details and numbers were confirmed at just the right time. One less thing for them to worry about in their planning.
Navy and blush floral wedding place cards
For just a little hint of that gorgeous floral design on their tables. Simple, traditional tent style wedding place cards with their guests’ names printed on the front. Sue & Mark and their wedding date on the back gives a lovely personal touch and makes them into a little keepsake too.
Coordinating wedding favour tags with navy and blush floral accents
Sue and Mark opted to give their guests a little tipple for their wedding favours. A mixture of gin and amaretto. I made two sets of personalsied favour tags with different wording:
Let the fun beGin
We tied the knot, now take a shot
Finally a guest book with that same navy and blush floral design
To record good wishes and sage advice from their guests, I created a personalised wedding guest book for Sue and Mark. The front panel adorned with that gorgeous navy and blush floral design from their invites.
A bespoke package of navy and blush wedding invites and stationery for a beautiful Cardiff wedding
So that was Sue and Mark’s wedding stationery. They chose exactly the items they wanted to have just enough of their navy and blush floral theme throughout their big day. Because I create bespoke packages for each and every couple, they were able to do this with me. If they’d wanted, they could have had other coordinating items like a table plan, welcome sign or table numbers (scroll down to see how I would have styled these).
A few words from Sue about her wedding invites and stationery
Well Jo what can I say? We were over the moon with the beautiful invites that we purchased from you. The amount of people who commented on how nice they were and the favour tags and name place cards were just as pretty too. Ii would highly recommend Jo, in fact our friends have already put in an order. ❤️
But wait, what about table numbers, or a table plan?
Well, Sue had big plans for her table numbers and wanted to create those herself, a lovely way to add her own personal touch to the tables. They also had their heart set on a mirror plan with vinyl decals for the names, something I don’t make. So these items didn’t form part of their stationery package, but they could have, had they needed them. Here’s a little further inspo for some other items to coordinate with their navy and blush handamde wedding invites
To see how Sue & Mark’s navy and blush handmade wedding invites and stationery look on their big day
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