How To Use Stationery To Style Your Wedding With Rose Press
Nicola, the creative soul behind Rose Press, is renowned for designed and creating stunning stationery that effortlessly adds the wow factor to any wedding. From stylish copper to elegant calligraphy, you can count on Rose Press to provide you with stationery that will leave you and your guests swooning. This boutique design and letterpress studio specialise in bespoke designs, offering a personal touch to your celebration. We’re have a natter with Nicola about how you can use stationery to style your wedding day.
“When planning your wedding, the theme and style of the day will be one of the first things to think about and your invitations will give your guests the first glimpse of everything that is to come on the big day. But that’s not where it ends for stationery. To continue the theme running throughout your wedding, well-chosen on the day stationery will combine with your flowers and other styling elements to keep guests informed and (more importantly!) keep everything looking pretty. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite on the day stationery items from past couples below to give you some inspiration for styling your special day.
ONE – A statement welcome
Welcome signs will often be the first thing your guests will see when they arrive at your wedding, so you’ll want to make a big statement about what is to come. Easels or A-frames are a great way to welcome your guests and when combined with flowers can really set the scene for your day.
TWO – Please be seated
Perhaps second only to the cake, the table plan forms one of the main styling elements of your wedding breakfast. It’s the first thing your guests will gravitate to on entering your venue so you don’t want to miss the chance for some extra wow factor. We love to be creative here; think crystal clear suspended acrylic, luxurious fabric drapes, individual name cards with the perfect rustic backdrop or large boards bursting with flowers and foliage.
THREE – Let’s eat
Place settings give a great opportunity to add extra style to your wedding tables. Once again, table stationery is key to continuing your theme. Get creative with place names whether you opt for simple tent cards with hot foil details, calligraphy tags or individual laser cut names the options are endless. Personalised menus are a great way to remind your guests of their choices and can include guest names or be combined with tags to give an extra personal touch.”
If you’re looking for stunning wedding stationery for your special day, get in touch with Rose Press!
Image Credits: Image 1 by Lee Garland Photography / Image 2 by HBA Photography / Image 3 by Twig & Vine Photography / Image 4 by Rose Press / Image 5 by Lee Garland Photography / Image 6 by Lee Garland Photography / Image 7 by Red on Blonde Photography