Wedding stationery: 8 inviting ideas

Wedding stationery: 8 inviting ideas
Colour and metallic details are key trends in wedding stationery. Design by Rosemood

Wedding stationery is going bold this season, as these eight fresh and colourful wedding design ideas from some of our leading creative wedding and occasion stationers show

Whether you want to say it with flowers, add intricate metallic details or go bold and tropical to match your wedding setting, there’s a look to match your theme. Here are eight of our favourite wedding stationery ideas from leading designers.

Wedding stationery: 8 inviting ideas
This glittering rose gold design is from Imagine DIY’s laser cut range, giving you endless options to create unique personalised invitations

1. Imagine DIY – Gold glamour

This fabulous rose-gold glittery invitation is from the Imagine DIY laser-cut range. Costing £2.40 each, the invitations are a great inspirational starting point if you want to make your stationery really personal or love a crafting challenge. You’ll find a whole host of kit on its website, from velvet ribbons to patterned papers, as well as advice on trends and tips for makers.


Wedding stationery: 8 inviting ideas
This elegant suite with a lush botanic theme is by London stationery specialists Leeming Brothers

2. Leeming Brothers – Green theme

This stationery suite by London bespoke specialists Leeming Brothers includes classically simple invitations, updated by combining elegant white board with textured brown envelopes incorporating striking monogram. We love the addition of a bold foliage themed card ensuring standout appeal on the mantelpiece.


Wedding stationery: 8 inviting ideas
This simple suite is from a new wedding range by Paperchase

3. Paperchase – Think pink

This simple invitation from Paperchase includes a simple RSVP card to make it easy for your guests to let you know their plans. It’s part of a great new range of wedding stationery and accessories, including pencils and mini confetti-filled hearts.


Wedding stationery: 8 inviting ideas
With a whimsical flavour, this soft pink design is by Ananya Cards

4. Ananya Cards – Rustic chic

Tapping into the trend for all things whimsical and rustic, this Girly Meadow design is created by Ananya Cards. We love the fashionable dusky rose shade, on trend and not too pink.


Wedding stationery: 8 inviting ideas
With a retro, almost Victorian flavour, this floral themed suite is by Leeming Brothers

5. Leeming Brothers – Retro botanical

This gorgeous suite has a touch of Victorian elegance, with its use of lush botanical images on a soft green base, with white menus that still pick up on the floral theme. Even the envelopes have been customised to match the theme.


Wedding stationery: 8 inviting ideas
Understated and with a ring of flowers, this save the date card is from Papier

6. Papier –  Ringed with love

This simple and elegant save-the-date card from Papier gives key information in an easy-to-read font with lovely circle floral motif. As with all Papier ranges, you’ll find a matching stationery so you can create your own suite and there are lots of customisation options.


Wedding stationery: 8 inviting ideas
Bold marbling adds standout mantelpiece appeal to this invitation from Ananya Cards

7. Ananya Cards – Marble delight

Ananya Cards’ Marble Magic design is redolent of the marbled papers found in old leather-bound books. We love the vibrant colours of the marbling, which are then picked up in the invitation’s lettering. Invitations cost from £4 each.


Wedding stationery: 8 inviting ideas
Rosemood is a French design company that creates bespoke designs such as this Love wedding stationery suite

8. Rosemood – French Flair

Rosemood is a French design team that develops bespoke stationery for weddings and events. It has graphics specialists and works with some really creative illustrators and photographers if you want something really different. We love this elegant, and simple, design with gold foil motif at the top.


Brush up on your ‘wediquette’ with tips from Leeming Brothers’ Lewis R. Stevenson