Wedding Ideas

I Want To Design My Own Stationery

Alea Lovely

If you’ve already decided on your overall theme and want
this to be mirrored in the look of your invites, there’s plenty of
inspo in our stationery

Elizabeth Edwards has seen thousands of stationery
designers in her 16-years heading up the Brides art team.
She says:



Up for learning a new skill? Why not book onto a course? If
fonts are your thing, The Letterpress
Collective in Bristol hold workshops for beginners, or
in London create bespoke artworks using lino and block printing,
while, in
Salford, offer courses in skills from photo etching to stencil
printing and my favourite – typewriter artworks (yes,
typewriters are back in vogue!)

If you want to hand-draw your stationery or sketch out your
designs, then any high street printer like or will
transform it into wedding invites and supply matching


And finally, for some serious at-home magic, the Cricut Explore
Air, (£260 from Hobbycraft) can print over 50,000 laser cut designs
in numerous materials from card to felt or even
leather – that’s your invites, menu, name cards and
more – all sorted at the touch of a button!