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Classic Wedding Invitations

Classic Wedding Invitations creates unique and delicate wedding invitations and stationery. The designs are made using revolutionary laser cutting technology, insuring each invitation is produced with precision and beauty.

Disposable Camera Company
Gorgeous Wedding cameras in modern and classic wedding designs and the currently very popular Retro Cameras. Our Forever Memories cameras can be personalised with your names, venue and wedding date. Quality wedding cameras from the original Disposable Camera Company.
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I am a visual artist and designer, drawing my inspiration from the beauty and awe of the natural environment. I create unique bespoke wedding contracts - illuminated and decorated to suit the indiviudal style and aesthetics of couples getting married. This customised work of art becomes a daily reminder of your commitment to one another and a treasured family heirloom.


More than just the best wedding invitations directory in Australia

Wedding House is your one-stop online wedding invitations directory and also your guide to finding wedding invitations and stationary that compliment your unique style of wedding.

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. Our Australian wedding invitations directory can help you find the best suppliers in your area.

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. Whatever option you go for, with our online wedding invitations directory you can find the one provider around all of Australia to accommodate all your needs.

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 through our online wedding invitations directory

Reply Cards (RSVP)

Once you have chosen the ideal supplier with our Australian wedding invitations directory, it is time to work out the details.

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.

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. With our online wedding invitations directory you can find professional and affordable suppliers in your area, so you can get that little bit of extra service.

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, with Wedding House, the best wedding invitations directory in Australia, you can get multiple quotes from suppliers, all you need to do is fill in our online request form and we’ll do the rest.

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.

Wedding House is the most trusted online wedding invitations directory in Australia.