Wedding stationery and props

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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