Seasons & Travel Wedding Stationery
A quirky little bucket and spade charm on satin ribbon and gorgeous glittering ‘sand’
We love the beach, and we love buckets and spades! This tiny little charm set is just gorgeous and conjures up the seaside feel perfectly. Glittering sand is topped with satin ribbon and the charm is attached with a little twine. We’ve chosen blue for the ribbon as it reminds us of the sea, but you can put any colour here.
Invitations in this design work well as pocketfold, chequebook, flat and folded with a whole host of coordinating on the day stationery to match including order of service, place cards, menus and table plans.
Why not add some extra seaside decor to your tables with cute little windmills and sandcastle flags!?
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Our ever popular pocketfold wedding invitations allow you to include additional information and RSVP cards
Available in a range of shapes and sizes, the most popular being square, long (like a purse or clutch bag) and postcard size.
Some have a single fold with a pocket so they stand up on their own, others have an extra fold and flap (held together with a bellyband). They work best as wedding invitations where you need to give your guests a fair amount of extra information e.g. accommodation details, menus, gift list details or poems.
Our standard prices include the printed invitation panel, one information card and an RSVP postcard. You can have an RSVP card with envelope if you prefer and you can add extra information card is you need to.
For extra detail and colour on the inside of the pocketfold you can add borders or ‘mats’ to the invitation panel and the largest guest information card.
Let your guests find their seat and add a little extra to your table decor too
These are placed on your tables at the wedding breakfast so guests will find their seat. As well as the guest’s name they can be printed with your own names and wedding date, and so make a nice keepsake from your wedding.
Classic tent style place cards are about 5cm x 7cm (folded at the top), or tags can be used instead and can be tied to cutlery, pegged onto wine glasses, napkins, favours or anything else you can think of!
If you want to add menu choices to place cards we can do that, or how about personalised individual menus that double up as a place card too?
We can print your guests’ names on place cards and tags, or leave them blank for you to write on. You will need to order one per guest and even if you ask us to print names it’s a good idea to order a few spares in case of last minute changes.
Simple, elegant and timeless – our flat invitation cards work well for all themes and designs
Our flat invitations are made up of two or more layers of card firmly fixed together. The top card is printed with your invitation details while the back is blank.
Embellishment can range from a super simple, elegant Swarovski pearl or crystal accents to full on bling, brooches and bows!
They can be used for wedding or evening invitations, but we think they are most suited to evening invitations where you are less likely to need to give your guests lots of information. You can of course include loose guest information and RSVP cards if you want to.
Our flat invitations vary in size between collections. The smallest are landscape 15cm x 10cm, some are are a tall shape at 9cm x 21cm and most are square measuring 15cm x 15cm.
As with all our invitations, printing and white or ivory envelopes are included.
Order of service
For a church service, this contains the details of your wedding ceremony, including music, readings & hymns. You can choose standard A5 size or dinky little pocket size booklets, and generally we include up to 8 pages of text (extra pages can be added if needed). A simple design to coordinate with your stationery is perfect, perhaps a kraft card outer tied with lace or twine for a Rustic & Quirky theme, or classic white or ivory with a fine satin ribbon for a more Classic & Elegant look.
For more details about what to include in your order of service, see our blog post HERE.
Order of the day
For a civil ceremony an order of the day, or order of ceremony contains music and readings as well as a running order and approximate timings for the day. It is not essential but can help your guests to know what to expect during the day, particularly if you are following a non-traditional timetable. They can also make a nice keepsake from the wedding. You could have the same booklet type format as our order of service or a more simple folded or flat card sized to fit the information.
For both order of service and order of the day we recommend one per household/family, although many prefer to order one per guest.