Have you checked off your wedding stationery checklist?

Wedding stationery Market Harborough

wedding stationery checklistThere’s nothing organised people like more than ticking off a checklist, so we’ve created the ultimate wedding stationery checklist to help out those who are about to begin the wedding planning process…

  1. Save the date – This will probably be the first that most people hear of your wedding date. Most save the date cards are simple, bearing just names, dates, and wedding location (if this is decided). Use elements of your wedding colours or theme if this is decided, but if not, remember that most people will also receive an invitation. These should go out around 6 months before the wedding if possible.
  2. Wedding invitation – This is where you can begin to use your wedding colours and theme. Your invitation should go out around 6 to 10 weeks prior to the wedding (earlier if you are expecting guests to travel to the wedding). Guests will use this as a guide for where to go, how to dress, what the theme of the wedding is, and keep it as a memento after the big day.
  3. Thank you cards – Get your thank you cards printed prior to the big day, as most couples won’t want to organise these straight after. These can include elements of your theme to bring all the stationery together, but should be handwritten.
  4. Order of service – These can really reflect your theme, and allow you to make your mark as a couple. Always include the date and venue of the wedding, the order of events, the titles of any readings or songs, and the names of bridal party members.
  5. Table plan & place cards –the table layout and décor is often one of the places where the theme of the wedding is displayed most prominently. Place cards can be traditional tented cards, or could be attached to an object linked with your theme – an outdoor wedding lends itself to flowers or fruit, so why not be a bit imaginative?

To find out more about getting your wedding stationery printed with Omniprint, call us on 01858 462152.

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