Tutorial: Edit, Download & Print your wedding stationery
Your luxury wedding inspiration pinned on your Pinterest wall really isn't difficult to achieve with the right tools, you can also easily create a beautiful, Pinterest worthy wedding look that all of your friends and family will swoon over.
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- Card Stock (100lb/ 300 gsm full sheet or pre-cut)
- Hole Punch
- Paper Trimmer
- Ribbon (color of your choice)
- Pretty Postage Stamps
- Silk Tassels
- DIY Wax seals
Right before the pandemic started in February 2020, I had the pleasure of being a part of group of brilliant suppliers that were brought together with the help of Zavinta Fletcher from Beady I Bridal Design hair accessories
to take part in a delicate feminine pastel blue and pretty pink styled shoot.
The result of it came out beautifully and it has been published in Brides Up North
towards the end of 2020.
HOW I CAME UP WITH THIS LOOK
The brief for this shoot involved a beautiful pastel blue colour palette with small hints of blush pink and slight gold accents. For the stationery, I decided to stick with a delicate fine art flower design, paired with a striking but playful font to tie it all together. To complete the look, the set was finished off with beautiful blush pink envelopes I ordered from Cards & Pockets
, sourced some beautiful postage stamps from eBay
and handmade some wax seals off Etsy to complete the flat lay look. It was really simple to put together, paired with the stunning handmade cookies by Sweet Chic
and flowers from the arrangements by Hare + Howl Floristry
made the look complete.
For the table settings, this involved a simple A6 floral menu that complimented the guest favours placed on the tables and finished off with place card tags, placed around the beautiful blue napkins.
How much did it cost?
I achieved this high-end look with a relatively simple budget, the designs are a part of my editable template range available for purchase here and it was printed on 300gsm card stock off of my inkjet printer at home. The invitations were then cut out using a paper trimmer, the editable program that Make Me Digital
uses allows for you to print 2 invitations per page with trim marks for ease of trimming.
The stationery was then enhanced in a smart way using the floral arrangements, ring boxes, wedding favours and other affordable stationery pieces.
The other embellishments I used are detailed below:
With a huge cost saving on stationery, and other wedding costs rising, the simple to edit and print stationery that Make Me Digital provides is a simple solution to keeping wedding costs low, whilst making your wedding look amazing!
See how you can elevate your stationery, see how it works and our printing partners if you'd like to send it to a professional.
SHOP THE STATIONERY
Other suppliers involved:
I hope you enjoyed this look!
Handmade with love
Danielle Hamilton is a professional Graphic Designer and owner of Make Me Digital, helping brides and other customers capture their wild and romantic soul in their stationery for their wedding day. Based in Norfolk, and carrying out services across the United Kingdom and the world.
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