We are really pleased to finally be able to share with you our first DIY Wedding Invitation Kit.
This kit is just perfect for those who want to make their own wedding invitations. It comes with all the card, paper and ribbon you need. All you have to provide is the double-sided tape. The kit also includes envelopes.
When your kit arrives it will have a full set of instructions, as well as a link to a video guide on how to assemble your invitations. There is also a guide on how to create and print your own inserts.
The kit is available in a variety of colours.
- Pre-Cut Pocketfold Card Blanks in Main Card Colour
- Pre-Cut Insert Mount Cards for Left Insert
- Pre-Cut Insert Mount Cards for Right Insert
- Pre-Cut Insert Mount Cards for RSVPs
- Pre-Cut Front Mount Card for Name Plate
- Ribbon for Front – Cut to Length
- Pocket Tabs
- Main Envelopes
- RSVP Envelopes
- White Paper for Insert Printing
The kit will be on display for the first time at the wedding fayre on Sunday. Check out last week’s blog for more information.
As always if you have any questions feel free to get in touch, via email email@example.com or phone 07802724899
If you have thought of something a little different for your wedding venue you need look no further than the location of our next wedding fayre. Thornsett Fields Farm, Birch Vale, is a gorgeous wedding barn venue in Derbyshire, just on the outskirts of Stockport. The stunning site is just perfect for wowing your guests. The barn itself is a wonderfully blank canvas perfect for you to decorate to your heart’s content with your vision. Click the link above to go to their website or right here to see their Facebook page.
As with all great wedding fayres there will be a limited number of goody bags available so get there nice and early to catch the freebies! Please be aware if you are planning to come along that Thornsett Fields Farm is a working farm and so just be aware of what’s going on around you.
We are so excited to be showing our ever-expanding ranges of stationery at Thornsett Farm on Sunday 5th June but here is a look at the other suppliers you can expect to meet.
Sprinkle of Magic Wedding Planners – The lovely Sarah has worked hard to organise this event alongside all of her clients’ weddings. With a handpicked choice of suppliers, come and see the care and attention to detail she puts into all of her planning. You can catch her on Facebook too.
Blank Canvas Tents – Bell Tent hire for weddings, corporate events, festivals, children’s parties, glamping, private events. For more details see their Facebook.
Cariad Personal Ceremonies – Independent Celebrant offers a personal, professional, individual approach for Marriage, naming, Renewal of vows ceremonies. You can find out more on their Facebook or website.
Claire Green Cake Carts – You can hire a gorgeous vintage cart with or without cakes and retro sweets. You can find out more on her Facebook.
Daisy May Bridal Wear – Ex sample wedding dresses for sale at a fraction of the RRP. All dresses are in excellent condition! More details can be found on their Facebook.
Derbyshire Ice Cream Bike – The Derbyshire Ice Cream Bike comes filled with luxury dairy ice cream. All ice creams are served in our tasty waffle cones. You can find out more on their Facebook or website.
Elfmills Carriages – For something a little more unique why not have a look at these lovely horse-drawn carriages. More details can be found on their Facebook.
Fat Tulips Food – Providing good quality food at local events. From bacon butties to chicken wraps. For more details see their Facebook.
Happy Days Wedding Favours and Accessories – A family based business who provide bespoke Favours made to suit your wedding colour scheme. You can find out more on their Facebook.
Jemini Accessories – A mother and daughter team who create occasion jewellery. For more details see their Facebook.
Porky’s Hog Roast & Outside Catering – They provide hog roasts and outdoor catering for all kinds of events. For more details see their Facebook.
Rock, Paper Flowers – If you are looking for a fun alternative to real flowers check these out. More details can be found on their Facebook.
The Rumour Mill – a soulful band from Manchester performing modern-day hits and classic floor fillers. Exquisite vocals, great grooves and cookin’ covers! For more details see their Facebook or website.
That Little Cake Place – That Little Cake Place is Sian Forward-Martin, a self-taught cake artist from Cheshire. You can find out more on their Facebook.
Tipi Unique – specialise in hiring gorgeous giant hats (tipis) for your celebrations. Tipi Unique can cater for intimate gatherings to large events. More details can be found on their Facebook or website.
With food, drink, bouncy castles, and wonderful suppliers to chat to this wedding fayre is going to be one not to miss. If you are planning on coming along, why not register your interest for free either on eventbrite or Facebook? You can just turn up on the day too, so don’t panic if you are reading this Sunday morning you can still join us (we just find it helpful to have a guideline).
As always if you have any questions feel free to give us a call on 07802724899 or drop us an email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A common question at wedding fayres is about cards to ask friends to step into that all important role of bridesmaid or to thank those who have already said yes for all their hard work once the wedding is over. Although these types of cards weren’t something we had initially considered we are pleased to show you a sneak peek at what we have been working on in response to your enquiries. Ta-dah!
These lovely pop-up box cards fold flat for posting and can be made in any colours. A small foiled message can be added on the front flap for example; ‘Will you be my bridesmaid?’, ‘Thank you for being awesome!, ‘Thank you for being my bridesmaid.’, ‘Will you be my maid of honour?’. Keep your eyes peeled on the store for their release in the next week or so!
The next few weeks are going to be full of lots of new surprises for you! We have plans in motion to create a set of DIY wedding stationery kits. This decision comes after many conversations with engaged couples, at wedding fayres, who wish to be involved in making their own stationery but aren’t sure where to start or where to source their materials from. We aim to have a selection of kits available at different price levels and varied skill levels, included in our kits will be written instructions and a link to access some tutorial videos and photographs. We understand people’s desire to be involved with the making of their stationery and we fully support adding a personal flair to your wedding, please remember though that making invitations takes time and patience.
In the coming months we aim to present you with a wider variety of printed wedding stationery styles to choose from. Alongside more designs we are going to be releasing some stunning printed table plans, name cards and table numbers.
If you have any questions or queries why not drop us an email or give us a call? email@example.com or 07802724899
So you’ve just got engaged and you start seeing adverts for wedding fayres and suppliers all over your Facebook newsfeed. Not to mention the nudges from family and friends asking how you’re planning is going or if you’ve set a date yet. The expectation to know precisely where and how to start planning your special day is a little overwhelming. Don’t worry we are here to help!
Where do I start?
This is where wedding fayres are a fantastic tool at your disposal. They give you a chance to walk around and gather ideas about what you need to plan. Yes, the suppliers there will ask you if you’ve set a date yet, or if you and your partner have chosen a venue. This is okay, it allows you to start the thinking process. Everyone will be handing out brochures and leaflets and sometimes you will get a couple of free bridal magazines too! All of these bits of paper can be popped in the free bag you will more than likely have received on entry and reviewed at home later. Use them to create a list of what you want to organise and book and you can always note down the names of any companies or people you really liked.
I already know what I want, I have it all pinned and can buy everything online! Should I still go?
Yes! Definitely, yes! The internet is a fantastic resource for gathering ideas and inspiration, especially with websites like Pinterest at your fingertips. The only problem with viewing everything on a screen is that you can’t feel it, you can’t touch it or truly see the colours. Yes, you could send off for those stationery samples but that can get pricey and does the website you are browsing through have a friendly smile and perhaps offer you a sneaky free lolly while you chat? Suppliers at wedding fayres are there to talk to you and introduce you to themselves as well as their products. Remember that gelling with the supplier can be very important as you will more than likely be working with them on and off up until your wedding and you may even be seeing them on the day. A photographer, for example, will be there when you get ready, right through until you stick on those dancing shoes and sometimes longer so it is important you like them as well as their work. Planning a wedding is a big job and a lot of hard work, speaking to suppliers can also give you the help and advice that you may not have realised was so useful.
Can I show my ideas to the suppliers or will I come across as Bridezilla?
We are there to help you make your special day just as magical and wonderful as you want it to be. Discussing what you want from a supplier can really help both of you work out what is best for your wedding. When it comes to stationery we believe that you shouldn’t have to settle for ‘kind of’ what you want if we can create exactly what you want instead.
What kind of suppliers can I expect to see?
Wedding fayres host many different suppliers and you can chat to as many or as few as you like. Most wedding fayres are actually held at potential wedding venues and this gives you a great chance to have a little nosey before booking to have a chat with their wedding and event planners. The other people you will more than likely see are a variety of; photographers, wedding dress shops, suit hire companies, stationers, ring suppliers, entertainers, food vendors, hair and make-up experts and oh, the list goes on. Fayres give you a great opportunity to see things that you hadn’t even thought of and have a chat about whether they are the right thing for you and your day.
Our upcoming wedding fayres.
Our next two fayres are:
- MacDonald Kilhey Court Hotel and Spa, Standish. Sunday 10th April 2016 from 12-3pm.
- Thornsett Fields Farm, Birch Vale. Sunday 5th June 2016 from 11-3pm.
You can always keep up-to-date with our upcoming fayres by popping across to our wedding fayre page.
As always if you have any questions or queries or just fancy a chat feel free to drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Today we bring you the release of the second design in our stunning ‘Inked By Kate’ range. This new invitation design is the start of a whole matching set of wedding stationery. Keep your eyes peeled over the coming weeks for the additional items including; Save the Date cards, RSVP cards, table numbers and name cards.
The beautiful watercolour flowers background was created by Kate and will be the focal point of this Forget-Me-Not range. The invitation is already available to purchase from our shop. Prices for this invitation begin at £1.30 each.
Coming up in March we also have another wedding fayre. This time we will be at the Park Hall Best Western Hotel, Charnock Richard. This is lovely hotel which features a medieval banquet hall as well as its more modern venue. The wedding fayre is free entry and there will be a fantastic range of suppliers for you to meet. The fayre is 12-4pm on Sunday 14th March. Come along and say hello! To keep up-to-date with all of our wedding fayres check out our contact page.
If you have an questions or queries feel free to drop us an email: email@example.com