Invitations & Wedding Stationery
Invitations & Wedding Stationery
Invite with Style is your online boutique stationery store that offers all kinds of invitations. We have invitations for all budgets including our new print it yourself range to our full print and assemble service. Invite with Style also offers custom design!
White Train is a stationery specialist, most famous for its personalised & designer wedding invitations and accompanying accessories. We also deliver special occasion invitations and cards for individual & business clients.
Specialising in wedding Invitations and Stationery, with over 4000 designs and do it yourself products to choose from.
Iliana Designs specialises in custom hand made invitations and stationery to suit all budgets. There are no minimum orders, free personalisation of invitations, free guest name printing and free envelope printing. We also stock a large range of cake toppers, ceremony and reception accessories.
Custom Creationz specialises in creating custom made invitations at affordable prices. We have a range of pre-existing designs to choose from or sit down with our expert consultant to create an invitation that is individually tailored to suit your theme and budget.
Orchard & Brown specialise in creative, fun and unique wedding invitations and stationery.
Where craft meets perfection. The Artisan Press is an award winning letterpress print studio established in Sydney in 1999. Now located in Byron Bay, NSW, Australia, the studio offers a signature style of letterpress printing to bridal couples around the world. Expect something special...
DreamDay Invitations offer every bride & groom beautiful Wedding Invitations & Wedding Stationery to suit any budget, quickly & easily online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, all from the comfort of your own home. We give you an extensive selection of designer created designs, innovative 3D previews, & complete editing with suggestions for invitation wording
Guide to Wedding Invitations & Stationery
If you want to give your nearest and dearest plenty of time to book your wedding date in their diary, then send out your wedding invitations in plenty of time.
Here’s some tips and advice on preparing your wedding stationary…
How many pieces will you need?
Your wedding invitation is made up of several pieces and can include…
- Wedding invitation
- Separate reception card (if the venue is different to the ceremony)
- Response card with stamped envelope for the RSVP
- Gift registry details
- Outer envelope
Depending on your ceremony and reception locations, you might want to include a map with directions to help your guests find their way around. This is important for interstate or international visitors who are not familiar with the area. Nominate an emergency contact person and put their mobile number with the directions, just in case your guests get lost.
To save on paper, you can do away with the response card and stamped envelope and ask people to RSVP via phone, SMS or email. You may also prefer to send the wedding gift registry details once your guests have told you they are coming.
The Wedding Invitation
Go for the traditional heavy stock paper with printed or engraved text or opt for bright, vibrant colours and designs… the choice is yours. Visit your local newsagent or art supply store to get ideas on stationary colours and designs, or find a specialist wedding stationary shop for a broader range. If you’re budget is limited and you’ve got a large guest list, simply choose the wedding invitation and envelope to match.
Reply Cards (RSVP)
The reply card usually comes with a stamped, self-addressed envelope to make it easy for your guests to RSVP. Provide a space for the number of guests they are confirming for and each of their names, and any special dietary requirements. Are you going all out with a weekend wedding at a resort or property? List the activities and functions organised and ask them to nominate which one’s they’ll be attending.
Wedding Reception Cards
Moving locations after the formal wedding ceremony? A separate card with reception details, including a map or written directions will help your guests find their way around. Make sure you include the exact name of the reception venue, the address and phone number and time the reception will start.
Ordering Your Wedding Stationery
Once you’ve decide on the pieces that will make up your wedding invitations, place your order, preferably four months before the wedding day. Order all your wedding stationary at the same time and preferably from the same supplier. Count one invitation per family, couple or single. Allow extra invitations for last minute additions to your guest list and extra envelopes for addressing mistakes.
First, get a price. Head to your local Post Office with a complete wedding invitation and get it weighed. Also find out how much it will be for overseas delivery.
Prepare all your wedding invitations and post them all on the same day. Ideally, guests should receive their invite at least 6 weeks before the wedding date, with plenty of time to RSVP.
For interstate or international guests, contact them four to six months prior to claim that date in their diary. They will need more time to plan ahead and book flights and accommodation.
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