HOW TO DECIDE YOUR WEDDING STATIONERY STYLE

 

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Today we were thinking about how difficult it can be to decide what you'd like your wedding stationery to look like. It's easy to get caught up in a sea of beautiful invitations on Pinterest and just choose something that looks pretty, but we believe there's more to an invitation than beauty. Our focus is on intentionality when it comes to wedding invitations. We want your stationery to give your guests a preview of your wedding day in subtle and original ways.

First, think of every invitation you've ever gotten in the post. Did you throw it away? Hang it on your fridge? Did you tear it open, or treat it like a piece of art? Our goal is for each of your guests to fall so in love with your invitation suite that they want to call you immediately with their excitement over it. Once you're on board with creating something beautiful, we find the little things that make you who you are and gracefully weave that into our designs.

Some ways to include personality and the wedding "preview" into your stationery is by choosing an accent color, possibly reflecting your wedding colors. If your wedding is going to be very cosy and intimate, maybe include a heartfelt note to each of your guests. If you're hosting your wedding in an art gallery and you and your future hubby are art fanatics, maybe choose a vellum overlay on top of a beautiful, abstract painting or drawing.

There are so many ways to infuse yourself and your wedding style into your invitations, you sometimes just have to get off of Pinterest, ask yourself a few simple questions, and leave the creating up to the professionals.

See our list of 7 questions to ask yourself to decide your invitation style below, and please don't be afraid to reach out for any suggestions or advice.

 

7 QUESTIONS TO TO DECIDE YOUR STATIONERY STYLE

 

1. Do you like calligraphy or simple typefaces?

2. Do you like color or subtle neutrals?

3. Illustrations or keep it simple? (i.e. venue, crest, nature)

4. Extremely detailed & informative or pare it down & put the rest on the website?

5. Clean & modern or vintage & organic?

6. List 3 hobbies, personality traits, or unique things about you as a couple.

7. Use 3 words to describe your wedding style.

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