Fine lines: our pick of wedding stationery

Fine lines: our pick of wedding stationery
Wedding stationery is the perfect way to set the tone for your party. Dreamcatcher design by Love Invited

Romantic, minimalist or personal, here are wedding stationery ideas from leading luxury stationers to inspire perfect party announcements

What’s on the cards (save the date and place) is always a key consideration for couples, but wedding stationery is as creative as you like right now. Bold colours, foiling or more minimalist and graphic designs are trending in wedding invitations. Personal and bespoke elements – an illustration of the place, of the couple or a symbol of the wedding – are also popular. Here are seven looks we love for your wedding stationery.

1. Place Card – Emmy Designs

Emmy Designs’ hand-drawn invitations are a personal way to set the date

Emmy Designs can create a bespoke stationery suite with illustrations of you, your venue, the place you met or anything else that forms part of your love story. This elegant invitation shows the venue, beautiful Aynhoe Park House in Oxfordshire. emmydesigns.co.uk

2. Spot on – Imagine DIY

Imagine DIY’s spotted stationery suite is on trend

Spots are on-trend in bridal fashion, and we love them for stationery too – adding a fairytale retro style. This design is by ImagineDIY, which gives you the opportunity to custom-create your own designs – and with lots of ‘how-to’ tips for perfect stationery creations. imaginediy.co.uk

3. Copper chic – Jeccabox

This lovely foil design is by Jeccabox

This classic copper foil-decorated invitation is by award-winning Lancashire designer Jess Dick, who creates wedding stationery for couples across the UK. There are lots of ideas on her website and bespoke creations are her speciality. jeccabox.co.uk

4. Butterfly ball – Leeming Brothers

This suite by bespoke specialists Leeming Brothers is inspired by nature

Leeming Brothers’ bespoke stationery is perfect for smart occasions and you can liaise with the team to create something unique to match your wedding colours or motif. This nature-inspired suite features floral elements, and with striking laser-cut butterfly invitation. leemingbrothers.co.uk

5. Write lines – Matilda Goad & Papier

This modern design is a collaboration between Papier and Matilda Goad

A collaboration between Papier and the London-based designer Matilda Goad, this Diagonal Rick Rack design offers Scandi chic with its minimalist curved lines. It’s part of an imaginative selection of wedding stationery by leading and up-and-coming design talent available at Papier. papier.com

6. Colour story – Ananya Cards

We love rich hues of Ananya’s Colour Infusion collection

The Colour Infusion collection by Ananya was inspired by the marigold, long considered of symbolic significance at weddings and events. Featuring bright hand-drawn marigolds on one side and a brush-stroke gold pattern on the other, this is a romantic and distinctive wedding choice. ananyacards.com

7. Dream on – Love Invited

Love Invited’s Dreamcatcher suite features Native American symbols

This Dreamcatcher suite is from Love Invited. Featuring Native American symbols of positivity and transformation, the collection is available in this turquoise blue or on a white background. There are also lots of opportunities to tailor stationery to suit your occasion or to opt for bespoke elements. loveinvited.co.uk


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