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Wedding stationery wow factor on a budget

Wedding stationery wow factor on a budget: Image 1

If you want your wedding guests to be excited for your big day from the get-go, getting the stationery right is really important and you can do it without spending a fortune.

Designer Rachael Riches of Cambridge-based Flo & Burt wedding stationery shares her top tips for having great-looking invites and more without breaking the bank. She says, "They're all small changes, so you'll still get great-looking stationery!"

  • Select a studio or house design rather than bespoke as this will take your designer less time.
  • Ask about different types of card as this can have an impact on the price. To cut costs, opt for a more light-weight option.
  • The shape can also make a difference; square is often more expensive and also a flat invitation is less costly than folded.
  • A larger number of invitations often works out better value per card than smaller quantities.

Wedding stationery wow factor on a budget: Image 1b

  • Consider the type of envelope. I tend to use luxury ones to match the stationery however, white ones can be more cost-effective.
  • Include the RSVP details on the invitation rather than as a separate card. This is a good idea if you're asking your guests to email replies.
  • Print any guest information on matching paper sheets rather than card.
  • For order of service or order of the day cards, print on both sides rather than folded with paper inserts.
  • Combine table numbers with menus, printing on both sides of the card.
  • Have a matching design on your place cards but leave them blank to write on, rather than having your guests' names printed on.
  • Have small table plan cards to stick to a mirror rather than a large printed one.
  • Finally, book early to make sure there are no charges for urgent, last-minute stationery requirements. 

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