As micro-weddings replace Zoom weddings, there has been a return to couples sending their guests a beautiful physical invitation. Here, we take a look at some of the best ideas…
Wedding stationer, Love Invited, has seen an increase in requests for bespoke wedding invitations for 2021, along with more elaborate detailing such as wax seals, foiling and vellum paper being requested for finishing touches.
The pandemic has meant that couples will now get married in front of fewer guests, but looking at the positives, a smaller wedding ceremony frees up budgets and allows for couples to create a truly personal day.
When it comes to the wedding invite, a little more budget goes a long way to create those extra special touches and means that guests receive something truly special through the post.
Amanda at Love Invited rounds up some of her favourite bespoke and luxury options, which couples could opt for…
A great way to put your unique personality and style into your invites is to commission a custom design, here you can be confident that your guests won’t have seen similar invitations before.
Guaranteed to inspire and wow your wedding guests, it also allows you to get your creative juices flowing, or simply let your wedding stationery designer do it all for you.
These cute little tepees were designed for Neil & Marie following their meeting at a local wedding fair held in a teepee!
Illustrated wedding stationery is one of the biggest trends and another great way to customise and personalise your stationery. It gives you a very personal touch, but also gives you control over exactly how this will come to life on paper.
David and Katie commissioned Amanda to do some custom hand-drawn illustrations for their rustic themed wedding, with a hint of London. The locations were places they had visited together in London.
This wonderful paper can be customised in many different ways and will give a truly unique twist on wedding stationery. Not only can you print on it, but fold it, layer it or place calligraphy on it – it is so versatile!
To get a really strong and luxurious look, you can pair vellum paper with another colour, pattern, or textile as seen here for Adam and Rochelle.
Adding a wax seal to stationery is guaranteed to make a statement of luxury to any couple’s wedding stationery, and it also complements the vellum perfectly.
The stamp can be customised specifically for the couple – from a monogram of entwined initials as seen here for Gabrielle and Zach, to a crest or even an emblem, such as your favourite flowers.
Get in touch..
Amanda offers hand drawn illustrations, along with digital designs from her studio in Manchester, with luxury and bespoke finishes – from foiling to laser cutting.
Visit www.loveinvitedco.uk for more beautiful, illustrated wedding designs and stationery.