Wedding stationery is my favourite aspect of a wedding… tied with the food! (After the beautiful ceremony part of course).
It’s one thing to have your wedding invitations beautifully pressed, but lately we’ve been getting orders for whole packages! From Save the dates, Invitations, Map and Info cards to RSVP slips (some very neat postcard ones!) and Love Notes, Menus and Order of Service along with Place Settings then Thank You cards (phew, there’s a lot you can get!) If you are going the full hog the most exquisite finishing touch is getting your emblem/name printed on the matching envelopes. It really personalises the mail and showcases your beautiful design and perfectly pulls together all elements to one. Even if you’re not getting the whole shebang, it’s a beautiful finishing touch that really says how much effort and thought you’ve put into your special day. It’s such an honour receiving an invite, what better way to award your guests than with beauty in paper? We stock a variety of sizes in envelopes that match our paper stock wonderfully. For such a small detail it really does make an enormous difference having the envelope match your invitation, an even bigger one having it personalised with your design. We only offer one colour press on our envelopes, as registration is impossible with no trim space for registration marks!
Printing on an envelope doesn’t have to start or stop at weddings! It’s a great for businesses and personal stationary. I have gathered a few photo’s so you too can see what a great personable difference it can make.
Jestine and Jake Envelopes beautifully designed by Jeanine Apoderado
These Arturo 165mm x 165mm envelopes perfectly match our Somerset stock, and this particular typeface (in this size) printed in a deep ‘jean’ blue holds the press very well (so very lovely to touch). Such a beautiful simple addition that really makes this invitation set stand apart from the rest. A very well thought out and wonderfully designed invites by Jeanine Apoderado!
Simple personal message to your recipients by Juliet and Clemens
The simplicity and lovely personal touch of printing a small message is such a wonderful idea! The grey/blue looks so wonderfully gentle on the Lettra Pearl White envelopes. It is understated yet recognisable and what a way to make your invitation recipients feel like they are V.I.Ps.
Border design to tie your envelopes to your invite by Rebecca Mead and Christopher Dickson
This beautiful wedding set had a floral border throughout. By drawing this element right through to the envelope it really made it feel like a whole, well thought out, set. Printed on our Lettra Fluorescent White 300gsm stock and matched on our Lettra Fluorescent White envelopes. I love all this matching!
Envelope print designed by Gwynne Davenport
A stamp-like logo print on the back of these envelopes is a great way to get your brand seen. It’s a great business plan, and free advertising (the posties will probably be your next client!) These were printed on Lettra 300gsm Fluorescent White USA6 envelopes to match the clean, fresh white of the Lettra 300gsm stock their greeting cards were printed on.