Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Bespoke, quality, unique, handmade, customised
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
After all the celebrations have ended the task of organising your big day begins, but where to begin??? We’re asked regularly, “How soon should I book my wedding stationery”? We normally recommend a minimum of between 9-12months prior to posting your invitations and a little earlier if you want to send out Save the Dates.
Describe your typical process with a couple.
Initially we meet with our couples for a consultation meeting. However, before your consultation it’s good to have a rough idea of your budget. During the consultation meeting we love to hear as much information as possible about our couples big day, we want to know when and where, styles you like, styles you dont like, any themes are would like to carry through your wedding and more. Once we have this information you can leave the rest to us, we specialise in Bespoke Design and Print of Wedding Stationery and will guide you through our complete process leaving you free to concentrate on other tasks for your big day.
What is the most important piece of stationery for a wedding and why?
The wedding invitation! This is your guests first glimpse into your big day and when recieved will generate so much excitement and anticipation!
There are a number of things to consider when deciding on the style of your invitation. The most popular formats are:
Flat Wedding Invitation
Half Fold Wedding Invitation
Gate Fold Wedding Invitation
Pocket Fold Wedding Invitation
Tri-fold Wedding Invitation
This will mostly be influenced by your own personal style and the space needed for the information you need to tell o your guests. Considering the following questions will give you some idea as to which invitation format is best suited for you:
RSVP included on your invitation or separate card
Do you need to give guests directions to your Venue/Church
Guest accommodation information
Wedding Day Time Line
Poem or personal message
Hopefully this little tip will be helpful when you begin thinking about your invitations.