Grab your Stationary Blueprint below and keep reading for my step-by-step guide on how to dream up your wedding invite.
I love to get swept up in the details of wedding stationery. From the Save The Date to the day-of elements. I think your printed pieces can go a long way to telling your unique love story.
How do you decide what is right for you?
Visit my favorite stationery blog, Oh So Beautiful Paper.
In full disclosure, many of the designs featured here are on the more expensive end of the spectrum. Do not look at them as things to replicate exactly. Instead, I want you to narrow in on specific layouts, fonts, colors, construction, and details. I love this blog because it features really fun, unique designs. Find elements that speak to you.
Pin your top 5-10 looks to your Wedding Mood Board. Look for keywords in the description around print format, shape, construction that you can then search for in a site like Etsy or Minted.
Here are a few examples from Etsy. I’m spotlighting Etsy because a lot of their designers sell digital files which you can print and assemble and can save you a bundle.
Put pen to paper and line draw your dream suite using my Invitation Blueprint. Get your copy when you enter your name and email below.
Lots of couples find the stationery consultations overwhelming. When you go into it with your Invitation Blueprint in hand you'll be able to more quickly hone in on a design you love.
You don’t have to be an artist. We’re just drawing boxes here.
You may not have all these answers for your first consultation, but the more you think through on your own the less overwhelmed I promise you’ll be.
Start to hone in on your Save The Date. This can take shape from your invitation design or can completely stand alone. Not everything has to be matchy-matchy. You can read about my favorite approaches to Save The Date designs here.
Think through your RSVP card. I say it's the most important piece in the whole suite.
Your RSVP card is your chance to collect all the information you need from guests. Often our clients' RSVP cards have multiple questions. Think through my questions below to determine which you need to ask on your RSVP card.
Add any and all questions you'll need to ask guests to the text section for your RSVP card blueprint.
Schedule your stationary consultations and mix up a Thai Cucumber Collins to celebrate.
Take the FREE and start planning a wedding that feels uniquely you.
The truth is I hated planning my own wedding. I felt like I was going it alone and was surprised by how hard it was to find partners who embraced my vision. Thankfully, the guy was worth it and that experience is what led me to become a wedding planner. After a decade of planning luxury weddings I am bringing my process to you.