Wedding stationery comes in so many different designs and types. Personalised and decorated stationery will often be kept as a keepsake by your guests as souvenirs of your special day for years to come.
If you have a particular theme in mind for your wedding, then you will want to make sure you have stationery to match. You should decide on colour, shape and size, a good typeface to ensure all your guests will be able to read the invitations. And you need to decide on the range of differing types of stationery you would like, i.e. save the date, invitations, RSVP cards, thank you cards, and so on.
Here’s some great ideas from businesses offering wedding stationery based in Cheshire and Merseyside from places like Liverpool, The Wirral, Chester, Stockport, Warrington and Wilmslow, whom you might want to get in touch with...
Don't forget to mention Your Cheshire & Merseyside Wedding magazine when contacting a business offering wedding stationery.
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On paper: We're trying to choose our wedding stationery...
We posed Ling Warlow of Paper by Dragonfly the following question...
We're trying to choose our wedding stationery – what styles and designs are popular in 2022? Are there any big trends we should watch out for?
Ling says: 2022 will be an interesting year in terms of wedding stationery and styling! Key trends that emerged early 2020 are still popular, such as the vogue for foliage, especially in the form of laurels, weraths and watercolour illustrations, but there are also new directions to look out for. My top three trends for this year are minimal styling, dark florals and all things celestial.
Posted: 15 March 2022
Wirral-based Ling Warlow, founder of Paper by Dragonfly, is a paper artist who designs and produces stationery for weddings and special events. Having launched her incredible luxury paper flowers last year, she's now able to offer couples bespoke package options, ensuring everything ties together perfectly for your big day from flowers to invitations and table stationery. Allowing Ling to compile the best package to suit your requirements also means you'll benefit from a saving on individual item costs.
Posted: 9 December 2021
We asked Ling Warlow of Dragonfly Couture Stationery (www.paperbydragonfly.com) for her suggestions on tailoring a wedding stationery suite to suit a barn venue and a rustic wedding theme. Read on to discover what she had to say... I love to take inspiration from the venue, it's always a great way of tying everything together. While it's lovely to have a colour to bind your theme, I love it when the stationery is used to bring an extra element into the decor on the day, and I often do this using illustration. I also love to use materials which reflect the venue, and the rustic barn styling is perfect for this.
Posted: 8 July 2021