If you decide to send save the dates these bad boys set the style and vibe for your wedding. This is the first insight your guests will get into your big day so make them pop! Aim to send ASAP or approximately 12-18 months before the wedding day so guests have time to arrange days off work and get an idea of location. Also remember it is only one save the date per household.


All the information for the main event will be included here. Details of times and locations, accommodation, travel and gift info. RSVP cards with the date this needs to be returned by. Send invites 8-10 months before the day or 3-6 months if you have sent save the dates.


Don’t forget the other stationery that will tie your day together. Menus, place names, table plans and signage. I aim to finalise the designs of these elements 2 months before your wedding day (printing may come later but it’s good to be organised!). Also you might want to think about thank you cards for guests and suppliers, you could include a photo from the day on these. 


I believe that your wedding stationery should reflect your personalities so I don’t offer the same exact same designs to every Tom, Dick and Harry! First things first...LET’S CHAT. I want to get to know you (insert pointy finger here). Send me an email or DM and we can discuss what you’re after, I want to get a feel for what you like and dislike. Once you have decided that I’m the girl to design your stationery, a deposit of £120 will be requested. Once this has been received I will send over a mood board focussing on the colour palette, fonts and design based on my initial ideas. I will then get cracking on creating! I will send you PDF versions of your design along the way. You can amend and revise the design 3 times. Any more will incur an extra fee. I do always stress that spelling is not my forte so please triple check all wording, grammar and details are correct before giving me the double thumbs up to send to print. Once you’ve said yes to I will send you an invoice for the remaining balance.