I love when you can personalise a wedding card to really mean something to the bride and groom. When you can take things a step further than simply incorporating their wedding colours, and bring in something that means a lot to them, it makes a card that much more special.
Getting engaged is an exciting time for any couple, especially when it comes to breaking the good news to all of your friends and family!
At Papermilldirect, our infographic was expertly crafted to help you create your ultimate wedding planning checklist. Our 12-month timeline highlights what you should be thinking about planning up to a year before your wedding day.
Nicole here to share a wedding card with you. It is that time of year when it seems like there is another wedding every other week! I love making wedding cards that reflect the couples personality and the theme or vibe of the wedding. In this case it was very scandi and rustic and relaxed. So I decided a white on white theme with a pop of woodgrain would be perfect.
Nicole here to share a wedding invitation sample today. I wanted to start making some samples for wedding invitations, and I wanted them to be elegant and fairly neutral in colour.
Rachael's Kraft Box has some wedding stationery advice and tips to share.
Posted on 1st December 2017 by Emily
Filed under Wedding Stationary Business Advice, Card Making Ideas, Projects And Cards By Type, Wedding Stationery, Papercraft Disciplines And Techniques, Scrapbooking And Journalling
Your wedding is one of – if not the – biggest day of your life, meaning that you should be thoroughly prepared and organised with an apt to-do list. After all, by being ready you can not only save time but money too!
Have you thought about making your own wedding stationery? Here are a few ideas for making a Spring wedding invitation and table stationery.