Wedding stationery and props



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From the invitations to the entertainment, here are some finishing touches to make the day special

The white dress and dashing suit are, of course, important. But a really charming wedding makes use of stylish stationary and playful props. So, if you need someone to make handmade wedding invites, fashion nostalgic signage or even deliver a cheeky little snuff bar to your wedding, we luckily know just the people…

Wedding stationery

  • Amy Jo Nolan Paper

    If your wedding has brought out your cutesy side, Amy Jo Nolan’s über-girly stationary might be right up your street. Laser cut butterflies flutter over pastel invitations, while vintage buttons join paper decorations on place cards and thank you notes.

  • Anissa Lee

    Inject a little fairytale fancy into your wedding (without resorting to twinkly lights) with Anissa Lee’s hand cut paper decorations. Quite literally artworks in their own right, her mini-heart confetti and intricate bunting are ideal for sugar-sweet couples. From £15 for bunting; £2 for confetti.

  • I Like Pens

    Illustrator Kate Seaward trawls car boots and charity shops looking for inspiration in other people’s junk. She then hand-draws wonderfully nostalgic signage (such as ‘Mr’ and ‘Mrs’ on sticks or cute bunting cake-toppers), adding a little arty charm to the big day. From £20 for a bunting cake-topper.

  • Octavia Plum

    Giving vintage graphics a modern twist, designer Octavia Plum turns out romantic wedding invites with a distinctly old-school feel. She can also create place cards, table numbers and all manner of creative stationary. From £2.80 per invite.

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