It's Not Just Invitations

Most clients when they first contact me are struggling with where to start for their wedding invitations. Let me ask you, have you ever taken a step back and thought about the entire wedding stationery suite? There are so many stationery pieces you will or might need for your wedding day.

Where do you start?

Well, you’re engaged to the man or woman of your dreams - you set the date, committed to a ceremony and venue location, and now you’re ready to send out save the date cards. This is where some couples make their first mistake. They use any random, "affordable" website or make their own save the date cards (if you have a design background this is completely acceptable). Here’s your opportunity to contact a stationer NOW to coordinate your entire wedding stationery suite from start to finish.

The stationer can help you determine the stationery pieces you will need for your entire event. Be prepared, there will be small details that come up along the way, but he or she will give you the opportunity to really think about the items you can incorporate for your day. This will help you set a budget and think about where and how your money will be spent on stationery.

Before the Wedding

Save the Dates
Engagement Party Invitations
Bridal Shower Invitations
Bridal Shower Thank You Cards

Wedding Invitation Suite

Reception Card
Response Card
Accommodations and Directions Card

Wedding Day

Wedding Program
Escort Cards | Place Cards
Table Numbers
Dinner and Drink Menus
Candy and Buffet Station Tags/Cards

After the Wedding

Thank you card
Wedding Announcement Cards
Change of Address

Optional Stationery

Welcome Bag Informational Cards - Wedding Day timeline, Local places to visit for long weekend stays
Directional Signs
Get Away Vehicle Sign
Favor Tags or Stickers
Photo Booth Signs

Custom Welcome Bag Itinerary Card

This list is just to help you get started in the right direction. When planning your wedding think of ways you can tie in your stationery pieces further. I have done custom cigar bands, vinyl decal signage to dress up a mirror, dance floor or entrance door, and drink straw tags, just to name a few.