For lots of couples their wedding stationary spend is one of their first areas that they choose to cut back on. Some choose to DIY, others cover the bare necessities and some couples really prioritise their wedding stationery spend. We’ve included in this post some unique wedding stationery ideas from some of the real weddings that we have photographed. Included are a mix of DIY craft projects and professional.
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Use stationery to reinforce your theme
You can even use stationery to convey your personalities: Films you love, places you’ve visited etc
Use stationery to inform: Directional signs, table plans, important information etc
Why not use stationery to label and decorate?
Use stationery to celebrate your union! New wax seal- decorate stickers celebrating your new name?
Use stationery as a gift
You can even use it to help you remember
Use stationery to flex your creative muscles
Stationery can be a really easy and effective way to incorporate your personalities into the wedding. Things as simple as using it to reinforce your theme, or to help your guests get to know you better for example. There are also so many little touches that make a big difference too. Personalised fans for chairs if it’s an outdoor summer wedding. Information labels for things like allergies or drinks.
And if you don’t have the budget to hire a professional, don’t be disheartened. As you can see from this post, so many of the beautiful ideas were DIY jobs. DIYing certain parts of your wedding can be a really fun way to spend your free time. Especially if you’re the creative type. If you’re not, then unique wedding stationery might be something you want to outsource as otherwise things can get stressful!