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Do you long for custom wedding stationery that matches the rest of your wedding but feel like you’re *just* missing the mark with what you’re finding so far?
Are these things important to you?
➕ a cohesive design from save the dates to invitations to seating chart
➕ envelopes that match your bridesmaid dresses
➕ an expert to guide you on wording and etiquette
➕ a designer who sees your vision and brings it to life
If you “checked” yes to at least one item, then custom wedding stationery is going to be a good fit for you!
You want your wedding to feel like an experience to your guests and your stationery plays a big part in creating that feeling. Your save the date cards are a first peak at what they can expect. Then they receive your invitations in the mail and are really starting to see things come together and know what they can expect. Finally, when they arrive on your wedding day everything just feels meant to be and intentional. They recognize your wedding monogram from your invitation repeated on your menu cards. They see the watercolor venue illustration from your envelope liner used again on your welcome sign. These seemingly small details add up in your guests’ eyes and become the picture they think of when they recall your wedding day.
When you use one custom wedding stationery designer to create all of your pieces from start to finish this is where you get a cohesive feel and where the magic comes from. All the fonts are the same, the colors match and elements, like watercolors and monograms, are repeated throughout.
If you’re an type A bride you’re in the right place. I’m here to help you choose envelopes that match your bridesmaids dresses and wax seals that are the perfect shade of gold to complete the look! Even if “envelopes that match your bridesmaid dresses” is not on your must do list, that’s okay. We will make sure all the colors coordinate well together.
Wording and wedding invitation etiquette is a whole new world to a lot of the couples I work with. From figuring out what needs spelled out and what to abbreviate (or leave off altogether) to knowing which start time is listed for your ceremony or how to tell guests you love their children but don’t want them in attendance at your wedding. Here are a few of the most common etiquette and wording mistakes I help my clients avoid:
I’m Allison, a custom wedding stationer who specializes in bringing your vision to life with a cohesive design from start to finish. I believe in finding the perfect shade, designing for the whole event, and creating a lasting impression for you and your guests.
I book wedding stationery from six months to up to two years prior to your wedding. If you’d like to reach out about working together, click here to set up a time to chat!