5 Ways to Personalise your Wedding Stationery

  1. Wedding Venue

Unveil your wedding venue to your guests through a hand-drawn illustration, which can be brought to life through your invitations and save-the-date cards. This is one of our most popular stationery themes, which also seems to be a favourite amongst the royals as the Duchess of Cambridge drew a beautiful illustration of the church where Pippa Middleton and James Matthews tied the knot. At Wagtail Designs, Kate has also had the pleasure of drawing churches, as well as beautiful stately homes, cathedrals and more.

2. A Sentiment to Where You Met

Whether you met at university or a local coffee shop, a hand drawn illustration of this special place could be a meaningful way to unravel your story through your wedding stationery. Kate once drew one of the beautiful buildings at St Andrews University, which is the place where one of our lovely couples had met.

3. A Special Place

Pay homage to a special place with a hand drawn illustration of your favourite place, such as a beach or view from a favourite walk. This is a great way of sharing your cherished memories with your wedding guests.

4. Include your Beloved Pet

Are animals a big part of your lives? One way to include your four-legged friends in your big day is to add a hand drawn illustration of your pet to your wedding stationery.

5. Share a Hobby with Your Guests

Whether you are vintage car lovers, aeroplane hobbyists or theatre fans, you could personalise your wedding stationery to celebrate your shared interests – perhaps they brought you together! We have created vintage cinema ticket style invitations and more.

The possibilities for personalisation are endless and our aim is to bring your ideas to life. We print on high quality card with matching envelopes and package your stationery carefully in a delicate presentation box. Check out our website and get in touch to see how we can create your dream wedding stationery

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