How to Personalise Your Wedding with On the Day Stationery

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So you’ve decided on the flowers and you’ve got a whole Pinterest board dedicated to the cake design but what else can you do to make sure your big day oozes personality?

Add bespoke on the day stationery!

Designed to your exact tastes and created especially to suit your special day, on the day stationery is one of the easiest ways to bring in personal touches from both the bride and groom. Prepare to take notes as we run through five of the easiest ways to personalise your wedding with on the day stationery!

Welcome Signs

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Wedding welcome sign

Welcome signs are often the first thing your guests will get a glimpse of when they arrive at your wedding, so you’ll want to make sure to create a statement in order to give them a taste of what’s to come throughout the rest of the day. Easels or A-frames are a great for placing at the entrance to your venue to welcome your guests in style, team them with floral arrangements to really help bring your theme to life!

Order of Service Cards

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Amelia and Dan Order of Service
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James and Ellie's Order of Service
Claire and Ash's Order of Service

Designed to give your guests a run down of the day and detail exactly what to expect (we all like to know ahead of time when we’ll be eating), Order of the Day cards not only serve a purpose but are also a great opportunity to showcase some personality and add an element of fun and quirkiness. Cute illustrations and interactive elements help to really capture the magic of your day and serve as beautiful mementos to keep forever!

Table Plans

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Jess and Dan wedding table plan
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Table plans are one to consider carefully as they often form one of the main styling elements of your wedding reception and are usually the  first thing your guests will gravitate to on entering your venue so you don’t want to miss the chance to add some extra wow factor. We love to be as creative as possible with our table plans; think luxurious fabric drapes, crystal clear suspended acrylic with white ink print, individual name cards with the perfect rustic backdrop or large boards bursting with flowers and foliage. Here’s your chance to really let your stationery do the talking!

Place Settings

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Amelia and Dan's wedding place settings
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Wedding place name

Place settings provide the perfect opportunity to add a little extra personality to your wedding tablescapes and build on the theme you have created for the day. Whether you opt for simple tent cards with hot foil details, calligraphy tags or individual laser cut names, this is your chance to get creative so be sure to take advantage!

Table numbers or names are also a great way to jazz up your venue, choosing quirky names is a great way to tie in the theme of the day or showcase snippets of the bride and grooms personality!

Bespoke Menus

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Bespoke Menus
Bespoke wedding menu
Sam and Erik wedding place setting

Personalised menus are a great way to showcase what’s on offer to your guests and are the perfect addition to any venue, whether that’s with a bespoke sign designed to display the day’s drink options or a menu to be presented as part of a place setting to remind guests what they ordered all those many moons ago!



Have you thought about your on the day stationery yet? What elements are you planning on choosing for your special day?