Rustic & Quirky

Rustic & Quirky Wedding Stationery


Rustic kraft with a fun pop of colour

Our Colour Festival wedding stationery is a fun, vibrant combination of rustic, recycled kraft and bright pops of colourful card and ribbons.  Perfect for an outdoor tipi, marquee or festival themed wedding.

Wedding and evening invitations are available in pocketfold, pull out wallet, cheque book classic folded and flat styles, with a full range of matching reception stationery and accessories including table plans, favour boxes and post boxes.

Lots of fun extra accessories too – fans, wands, pinwheels, rosettes – the list is endless, get in touch to see what we can do!


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  • On the Day Wedding Stationery
    Table Plans

    Display at your reception venue so your guests can find their seat for the wedding breakfast

    If you need your guests to sit in a designated place at your wedding breakfast, then a table plan or escort card display is essential.

    We can design and create something spectacular to tie in with your theme perfectly, either to match other stationery you have from us, or as a stand alone item.  There are various options available from a classic seating plan, to a bespoke mirror mounted showpiece, or an original display of escort cards.  If you have a frame or mirror you would like us to use – we can, or we can point you in the right direction to purchase one.

    Get in touch to discuss which option might work best for you and your wedding.

  • Before the Day Wedding Stationery
    Evening Invitations

    Classic folded or flat invitations are the most popular choice for evening party invitations

    You’ll need evening invitations for those guests invited to the evening reception only.  Remember that your guests from the day will not need an additional invitation to your evening reception.

    Evening invitations can be sent nearer to the wedding than the wedding invitations, but many couples choose to send them all at the same time.  You often won’t need to include as much information with your evening invitations as you do for day guests so a simple flat or folded card is ideal.  You can include a reply card if you want to but many just use a phone number and or email RSVP.

    We can print your guests’ names onto your evening invitations if you wish. In our experience though the evening guest list tends to be more flexible and therefore many couples choose to write their guests names in.

    Just like your day invitations, you will need one per household/family, plus some spares.

    Click here for guidance on how to word your evening invitations.

  • On the Day Wedding Stationery
    Table Names & Numbers

    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.

  • Before the Day Wedding Stationery
    Folded Invitations

    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!).