Wedding stationery comes in so many different designs and types. Personalised and decorated stationery will often be kept as a keepsake by your guests as souvenirs of your special day for years to come.
If you have a particular theme in mind for your wedding, then you will want to make sure you have stationery to match. You should decide on colour, shape and size, a good typeface to ensure all your guests will be able to read the invitations. And you need to decide on the range of differing types of stationery you would like, i.e. save the date, invitations, RSVP cards, thank you cards, and so on.
Here’s some great ideas from businesses offering wedding stationery based in Kent from places like Maidstone, Canterbury, Sevenoaks, Tonbridge, Tunbridge Wells, Rochester, Dartford and Dover, whom you might want to get in touch with...
Don't forget to mention Your Kent Wedding magazine when contacting a business offering wedding stationery.
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We asked Jess Harrison of Moments That Unite how to tie wedding stationery in to a rustic-themed barn wedding. Here's what she had to say... "The two best ways to tie your stationery to your theme are by carefully selecting the card used and the details of the design. Card. We recommend opting for a card with a natural, rustic feel such as a brown Kraft card. This has a rustic feel right out of the box and is often 100 per cent recycled too. Colours. Those often found in nature during the spring are ideal here.
Posted: 6 April 2021
Based in Dartford, Michela Moriello uses calligraphy and watercolour to create beautifully bespoke wedding stationery. We caught up with her for a chat about her wonderful world, read on to find out more. Tell us about yourself. I was born and brought up in Rome, where I became fascinated by art. I studied architecture and have since learnt many artisan crafts such as glass engraving, ceramics and jewelry - I find it incredibly interesting and I always crave for more. As to how the stationery side of the business started, a friend of mine was getting married in a beautiful Italian villa, and struggling to find the perfect invitation for their wedding, one that could really tell their story.
Posted: 5 January 2021