Handy hints on how to get your wedding guests’ addresses

Making your guests feel like part of your wedding is important. You might have 300 or you might have 30, but whatever the length of your guest list, you want them all to be informed of what’s … Continue reading

Action! Create your Save the Date, movie style!

Save-the-Dates are getting bigger and bigger. It’s now quite normal to get an email or card through the postbox forewarning you about a wedding some time in the future. And if you get the save-the-date, you’ll be … Continue reading

Unique personalised wedding invitations from Planet Cards

If you are looking for personalised wedding invitiations, look no further! Planet-cards has some stunning designs that will be just perfect for your big day…

Don’t forget the wedding date! Our top 5 Save the Date videos, revealed

When we talked about the cutest Save the Dates for your 2014 wedding, we mentioned the video format, which is getting trendier as each day passes.

The 10 cutest Save the dates for your 2014 wedding

Your ‘Save the Date’ is not really a wedding invitation. Rather, it’s a forewarning, telling people to keep a specific period or date in mind for your wedding. This is especially useful if a lot of your … Continue reading

Wedding invitation wording

Wedding invitations are the beginning of your celebrations! You might have been planning behind the scenes for a good while, but for your guests, this is the first glimpse of what your wedding is going to be … Continue reading

Bilingual weddings – The invitations (II)

It’s enough work thinking about the style of your invitation, the colour and motif. Should they give something away about the dress? Should they hint at the colour scheme or the flowers? And what about the content? … Continue reading

DIY bridal shower invitation: download your free printable watercolour bridal shower invitation!

My bridal shower was a beautiful occasion. I loved spending the afternoon with the special ladies in my life and I even had to ice cupcakes to jokingly prove to my mother-in-law that I was fit to … Continue reading

An alternative wedding invitation: the wedding tea towel!

It is a truth universally acknowledged that we have to do the washing up (*grumble). Whether by hand or in the machine, you will, sometime in your day (or at least when you run out of cutlery), … Continue reading

Evening wedding invitations

Evening wedding invitations as part of a bigger celebration usually match up in terms of design with the day ones. However, if you’re actually having an evening wedding, with just one party, have we got news for … Continue reading

Evening party invitations

Weddings planned in the UK and Ireland often consist of a ceremony in the day and a party in the night. This division provides an opportunity to invite more guests, allowing you to have an intimate day … Continue reading

Editor’s Friday Favourite: Civil Partnership cards and gifts

After celebrating their civil partnership in May 2011, Laura and Beatrice Metayer realised that, through their own planning, they’d found a gap in the market. After receiving multiple copies of the same Civil Partnership cards from their … Continue reading

5 top tips for organising wedding invitations and stationery

When organising your wedding invitations and stationery, it’s important to get it right, as it can set the look for your big day, weeks in advance. The Personal Paper Co gives you five top tips on organising … Continue reading

DIY wedding invitations – add your own special touch

With the current economic climate many brides-to-be are thinking about belt tightening (…and not necessarily in the corsetry sense of the word) and ways to cut financial corners without sacrificing style.

Hello!Lucky wedding stationery – American design for UK couples

Illustrator Eunice Moyle had been making invitations and cards for friends and family for years. But in 2003, along with her sister Sabrina, they decided to turn a hobby into a business. Luckily for us, the Moyle … Continue reading

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