If you’re thinking about designing your wedding stationery, then this post by Louise Ralphs from LouPaper will help!
When it comes to your wedding stationery, I think it’s key to just be yourself. Your stationery should represent you as a couple and give a taste of the wedding day to come. Your wedding is all about you, so fill it with your favourite colours, styling and decoration and you’ll naturally stand out from the crowd.
Your stationery is the perfect opportunity to tie in with your venue too. Stanlake Park is a gorgeous rustic winery wedding venue, so naturally links to textured materials such as handmade paper and vellum. The vineyard element also gives you a whole host of options, from a gorgeous red wine colour palette, to elements for your tablescapes, perhaps corks to hold your place names or wine bottles as your table names. It’s the perfect way to tie your stationery in seamlessly with a vineyard wedding venue.
Thinking ahead to 2020, stationery trends are ever-changing and there really is something out there for everyone. A few materials to take note of are vellum, perspex and handmade paper. Vellum is a creative word for tracing paper – a gorgeous opaque material that blends with any colour palette or style and looks great with a little gold leaf applied! Perspex is another really trendy material – it can be printed on or foil decals can be added and brings an air of contemporary cool to any wedding. Lastly, handmade paper with beautiful hand torn deckle edges offers up a gorgeous rustic tactile quality for your stationery and is perfect for a rustic barn wedding venue like Stanlake Park.