Getting the wording for your inserts can be quite a daunting task. Do you word them from yourselves, your parents, from or to include your children etc. Perhaps you have divorced parents, and you would like them both named on the invitation, and you are unsure as to how to word it accordingly. Click the button below for wording examples
It is often something that we get asked as to whose name goes first. The answer quite simply, is it is very much a personal choice. When you think about it, you say Bride and Groom, not Groom and Bride but equally, we say Mr and Mrs, not Mrs and Mr. Click the button below for ideas about how to choose the best option for you and your invitations.
Other than choosing your date and venue, colour is the next most important choice. Everything else you plan for your big day hangs on this decision. Click the link to show a sample of our most possible wedding colours
Along with choosing the correct wording, structuring how the invitation reads can also be difficult, for example where does the date and time go in relation to the recipient or the venue? Click the button below to view a rough guide to an invitation structure
Choosing the right font is just as important as the wording itself. it needs to be easy to read and with out any letters or numbers being confusing. We have carefully chosen a selection of fonts to complement the feel for each of our designs. Click the link below to see the fonts.
Quite a few couples do not need a traditional gift list, but will be saving for something larger such as a honeymoon or perhaps even a house. We have a selection of gift and honeymoon poems that can be used as inspiration or to create your own for the stationery.
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