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Wedding Stationery


Crafting the perfect Wedding/Marriage takes time and patience but putting together your wedding stationery doesn’t have to! Talk to our experienced design team to really bring together your vision for the big day!

Our Wedding Stationery Bundle Includes

  • Wedding Day Invites – x75 A6 4 colour on 1 side
  • Evening Invites – x75 A6 4 colour on 1 side
  • RSVP Cards – x150 A6 Single sided
  • Information Card – x150, A6 4 colour double sided
  • Order of Service – x75 4 colour folded (*upgrade to folded & stapled option)

Available on a choice of great paper stocks

350gsm superior quality Conqueror CX22 Diamond White Wove


325gsm quality IQ White Board

Example Price

325gsm quality IQ White Board

Price – Standard pack (includes A4 folded Order of Service) @ £250* + VAT

Price – Upgrade pack (includes x2 A4 folded Order of Service) @ £275* + VAT

*Artwork quotes available on request

Need something bespoke then please ask – prices upon request



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