WHEN TO START
SAVE THE DATE
Sending a Save the Date is a polite way to let your guests know the date of your special day, especially if it is on a public holiday, a destination wedding or during holiday season. It’s a good opportunity to give your guests accommodation details if needed.
WEDDING THEME & DESIGN
Start your pinterest board and collecting quotes from different stationery suppliers; see samples and organise meet ups.
If you choose us (we hope you do) starting organising your guest list while we start concepting with your theme and colour choices in mind. You can still download our guest list template even if you don’t get us to print the data.
It’s go time! Start sending or hand delivering your little pretties! This gives plenty of time for you to chase up ‘those’ people who just assume you know they’re coming – you know who!
You would have briefly spoken to us about your additional stationery needs so it should be just a matter or finalising designs and making sure your guest list is super tight.
We have an extensive list of fonts we hold commercial license to use and free fonts for commercial use.
You can use any of them in your designs, however we own the commercial license to use these fonts, therefore we cannot provide them to you.
Our designs have had thorough thought put into the fonts that match their look and feel but if there is a font in our list you would like to see in a particular design, no issues at all.
Please note, best practice is to narrow your font usage down to 2 and pair something more script like with something more legible. It makes it easy for guests to follow.
GUEST LIST get up
Download our user friendly template and start collating addresses, well before you even place an order.
Once your addresses have been received, your envelope proof will be sent and upon approval, we will print your address data and ship any remaining blanks.
It’s a nifty way to keep all of your addresses in one place for the engagement, invitation and thank you cards.
THE B WORD
The average wedding costs $50k, just a small price to pay to be treated like Kim K for the day hey.
Surprisingly, wedding stationery counts for 3% of that budget which can include such items like:
Save the Dates
Place cards and seating charts
Table menus and numbers
We’ve put together a concise budget planner, we even used ourselves, to guide you with the all important details you may just have not thought about.