Wedding Printing And Stationery

Your wedding printing and stationery, being the first communication that your guests will receive, should set the tone. Your choice will reflect the style/theme and wedding colours you have chosen. It should inform your guests as follows:

Wedding Invitation:
– who is hosting the wedding 
– who is invited (if not married whether a partner is also invited; if children are invited) 
– who is getting married 
– day/month/year/time 
– location of wedding ceremony 
– location of wedding breakfast ( this may be left off if it is not applicable*) 
– time the event(s) will end e.g. carriages 11.30 pm (*) 
– dress code e.g. black tie/cocktail/morning suits/lounge suits/casual/Hawaiian theme/beach party

Wedding Celebration/Party Invitation: 
– who is hosting the celebration 
– who is invited (if not married whether a partner is also invited, if children are invited) 
– day/month/year/time 
– venue 
– duration 
– RSVP d
– ress code

Seating Cards and Seating Plan

Order of Wedding Ceremony/Service Cards: 
– states who is being married, where and when 
– prayers, hymns, readings (scriptures/poetry) 
– responses 
– signing of the registry 
– music being played, by whom 
– rules governing confetti, donations, etc.

Gift lists

Fact Sheet: details of accommodation, transport, maps, baby-sitting facilities etc.

Thank you cards


The choice of material is infinite, as are the styles: stapled or ribboned; scrolled, flat, or 3D; ready formatted, homemade, or professionally printed. Then there is the choice of calligraphy, eg Old English, Italics, Copper Plate, etc., the colour of the printing ink: gold, silver, or black being the usual choices, and font size. You may have to consider billingual invitations. As a norm what you choose reflects your personality and budget.

Valdemars Slot
Valg af lokation
Vejret og naturen
Vestsjælland Bryllup
Vielse i Åbyhøj
Vielse på KBH rådhus
Vrå Slot
Wedding photographer

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