Stationery Inspiration for your Summer Wedding

11th May 2017

Knowing where to start with Wedding stationery can sometimes be a challenge – it may feel like you have an unending list of options, and trends seem to change every few months! One of the key advantages of good letterpress Wedding stationery is it’s elegant and timeless design, meaning your stationery looks beautiful all year round! Here are five popular options to inspire your Summer Wedding:


1. The ‘Classic’ Invitation

One of our most popular Wedding Invitations, the Classic, has proven to be a big hit in every season. As with all of our invitations, a number of customisation options are available. This couple selected a summery pink ink, complimented with a custom monogram and floral border, foil printed along with their names in gold.

2. Blossom Save The Date

Save The Dates are a fantastic way to provide your guests with plenty of notice of your Wedding, well before you send your invitations. The couple who sent these Save The Dates for their June Wedding opted for a custom illustration of beautiful pink blossoms, accompanied by a soft pink ribbon.

3. Royale Invitation

The beautiful and versatile Royale is another popular choice for Summer weddings. The invitation has a free standing outer, upon which we usually print your personalised Monogram. All of the key information about the day is contained inside. Again you can opt for soft, summery colours for both the monogram on the cover and the text inside the invitation.

4. Combined Menu and Place Cards

One of the best ways to avoid any questions on the day about the menu is with personalised menu and place cards, this way your guests know exactly what is being served for each course. Our tactile letterpress menus and place cards look beautiful on any table – the details really do matter!

5. Seating Plans

Your seating plan is often one of the few pieces of stationery that your guests will interact with on your Wedding day, and one which all (or almost all) of your guests will see. With this being a focal point, even if just for a few minutes, it’s important that your seating plan creates the right impression and sets the tone for your Wedding Breakfast and the rest of the day.