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So you are in the first throws of planning! You have made lists of lists of the things you need to organise and you don’t even know where to start? Well surprisingly your stationery might be a good starting point, because much of what you will go on to choose for your wedding will largely be centred around this in the future, the date being your first priority.
If you aren’t sure how to even go about organising your stationery then don’t worry because today we have invited Lyndsey & Erica of Anon Design to share their top tips.
By now you will have hopefully chosen a date and you will want to start inviting your guests. A massive part of injecting your personality and style can come from your wedding stationery. It’s the first aspect of your wedding your friends and family will see, so you want it to hit the nail on the head and with impact.
As wedding stationers we’d want to work with you to make your style unique and personal. You might have already found the perfect collection, or you might see elements that you love. If you want something bespoke, don’t worry about how quirky you think an idea might be, suggest it to your designer. It might just be possible and will be sure to create something fun and long-lasting! Through past experience, every couple is different – in their style but also in their approach and their needs. And so they should be, so here are our top tips on picking your perfect wedding stationery.
1. Choose a theme.
Nautical, floral, festival… Whatever floats your boat? It might just be a strong colour scheme or maybe something that fits with the venue that you have forever had your sights set on. It is possible to create stationery that ties in with whatever your wedding theme may be, even to combine several elements.Details