The Mullet Press
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Printers of Wedding stationery.
Products and Services
Albums / Guestbooks
Physical Shop / Studio
Programs / Place Cards / Menus
Recycled Paper Options
Save the Dates / Thank You Notes
Pricing & Costs
- We have been producing beautiful wedding stationery since 1984 - including Save the Date cards, Wedding Invitations, Order of Service sheets and booklets (various sizes), menus, table plans, place cards, direction information sheets. Originally, all items were printed letterpress but times have moved on and we now also use many other print methods, including engraved (copperplate), foil blocked, litho, digital, blind embossed and thermographed printing. We seek to meet your budget requirements and will give free advice about many aspects of what you might like printed (including whether certain items are required or not!) but we have, over the years, also built up a list of reliable suppliers, from catering to marquees and event planners. We can also supply bespoke albums and almost any other items you can think of - and some you wouldn't either! If you already have artwork that you wish to use, we can accommodate that as well, or if you wish to have a photograph(s) converted to a line drawing, we have artists on hand to assist.
ExperienceYear Business Was Established1990# Of Weddings HostedLess than 10# Of People In Team3Public Liability InsuranceYes
Location & Contact Details
What is your most memorable wedding?
My most memorable wedding is actually my own! (My wife and I have now been married for nearly 30 years!) But another more recent was a registry office wedding of a good friend and his gorgeous wife, who found that at the reception the lead singer was completely incapacitated and so the groom and I 'busked' our way through the party with the help of the remainder of the band! A truly memorable event!
What about your business are you most proud of?
I'm most proud of the loyalty of our customers who have been with us over the years, requesting print for all sorts of events apart from their original weddings. They have been prepared to part with their money which to my mind shows we have been achieving for them what they want.
What is your #1 wedding planning tip for couples?
My best tip for couples getting married is to remember your wedding day is (generally) as much for your family and friends as for you, so be as flexible as you can. Bare in mind, if something goes not quite to plan, that will make the day even more memorable to look back on. Finally, your life after your wedding day is yours to do with as you please!