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Wedding Stationery in Ireland & NI

They say that first impressions count, and the first impression given to your guests will be your wedding invitations. Your wedding stationery sets the theme and tone for your special day and we have a variety of creative stationery suppliers able to help you translate your ideas and turn them into reality. There are so many styles and designs to choose from and once you’ve decided on the theme for your wedding day you can source a stationery supplier who offers the style you are looking for, can work within your budget and is available to work to the timeframe of your wedding. Your stationery supplier will be able to help you with save the date cards, the wedding invites - day invites and evening invites, thank-you cards and your order of service. They can also help with place names and your seating plan in order that all of your print stationery co-ordinates and matches in the run up to the wedding and on the day itself. So if it is feminine and vintage that appeals to you, fun and graphic or sophisticated and elegant, there is a stationery supplier able to cater for the style you are looking for.

99 North Road, Newtownards, United Kingdom

Stationery to Reflect You As experienced graphic designers and Illustrators we are passionate about considered design and...

8 Fenaghy Road, Ballymena, UK

‘The Award Winning Wedding Stationery Specialist’ At Darling Stationery, we will capture the essence of your ‘Big...

County Dublin, Ireland

Lantz Cards Direct is Ireland’s leading manufacturer of stylised wedding stationery, having helped couples choose high quality...

An Riocht, Ballygarvan, Ireland

Welcome! We are the Wedding Scribblers, and we take great pride in producing a great range of...


Excelling in giving you the very best in hand-made wedding stationery in Ireland. As an established business...

Breaffa North, Clare, Ireland

My Award winning business - Maeve Keavey Creations revolves around my love for designing & creating bespoke...

Wedding Stationery

Invitations are the first impression each guest will have of your special day!

Getting your wedding stationery right is the perfect way to ensure your big day is a stylish event from the start.  The days of basic wedding invitations are over; couples are getting more creative and adventurous with their designs.

But how can you make sure your invites, save the dates and table plans are on-trend?  Whether your personal style is best described in bold, beautiful statements or something a little more modern and minimalist, you can set the stage for your wedding celebration with the very latest in stationery trends.  Look no further, you will find everything you need below to make sure your stationery is up-to-date and looking fabulous!

     1. Watercolour

If the bold prints or dramatic designs are putting you off personalising your invitations, fear not. A more subtle and romantic effect to your invites could be the use of watercolour art. It automatically feels more romantic by the soften lines and colours. And it doesn’t have to be a pastel palette to make this trend work.

A watercolour wedding invitation can include a painting of the wedding venue or imagery that reflects the wedding’s destination, the wedding’s theme or the couple.  

      2. Blind Letterpress

Blind printing is when there is no ink used for that portion of the printing process.  The pattern (or sometimes wording) is pressed into the paper to create an impression or a “dent”, this impression is legible even in the absence of ink. Rather than relying on ink to create a visually compelling pattern, this trend boasts a clean and stylish stamped effect. From pillowed borders to the echo of flower petals, or even bold embossed typography, there are so many original ideas for how to style this trend.

     3. Mixed Metal

Nothing says glam like shine and luxe metals. As event designers are beginning to mix metals in decor details, stationers are beginning to mix metallic in wedding invitation and stationery designs. The use of metallics can turn a minimalist invitation into real show stopper, Gold, silver, or rose gold typeface or calligraphy looks both sophisticated and trendy against almost any simple background. Incorporate a metallic pattern into your envelope liner and on the reverse side of the invitation to add texture and interest in an elegant and usual way. Silver and chrome are all the rage this year, while gold, brass and copper combined with the right colours will look fresh and beautiful.

     4. Navy is the new black

Rich and dark shades are the perfect partnership for any metallic. Navy and black work particularly well, whereas deep reds or greens are especially effective for a winter wedding. Romance can have a dark side too. With typography picked out in silver or gold foil, the result is striking and sophisticated. From romantic burgundies to midnight navies, the options with dark colour palettes are truly endless. It’s bold, unconventional, and strikingly emotive, we love how this trend effortlessly unites deep hues and with rich textures.

     5. Ombre

Ombre is popping up everywhere from hair styles to nails trends, so why not use it in your wedding invitations? Following the classic French art style, ombre wedding invitations follow a simple concept to create a dramatic impression, where shades of your chosen wedding colours are blended into one another from light to dark with a watercolour effect.  We can tastefully incorporate multiple shades of your favourite colour, which can then be reflected in anything from your bridesmaids’ dresses to your cake. This versatile invitation design can be altered to suit either a subtle or bold wedding theme and to showcase a range of colours or even just shades of a specific colour.

     6. Celestial

Invites with a cosmic touch are even more popular. From special constellations to moons and stars picked out in foil, the universe is your oyster when it comes to invitations with a celestial mood. Gilded moons and constellations share the feeling that your love was written in the stars. Add a dreamy calligraphy font to get your guests anticipating the most romantic wedding of the year.

     7. Geometric

This angular trend is sure to stay for a while. Whether you go for striking borders or invites that are hexagonal or some other cornered shape, a geometric patterned invite is a great choice for a modern wedding. Facets, squares, triangles – you name it. Bold lines give correspondence a contemporary feel and a bit of edge. Mix the graphics with bright colours to create an eye-catching design. This trend is perfect for a pattern-loving couple or for a non-traditional celebration in a loft or gallery.

     8. Crystal Clear

Paper is so last year – plexiglass is what the cool kids are using to send their invitations these days. Modern, minimalist and sure to let people excited about what to expect at your wedding, losing the paper offers a dynamic new approach. A fabulous way to let styling and the venue itself shine, transparent menus, table numbers and escort cards made from acryllic or perspex are really popular right now. Invitations are also going clear, making the text stand out with metallic writing and unique fonts.

Sheer acrylic wedding invitation in geometric shapes and patterns with calligraphy looks super cool! It’s incredibly modern and what’s even better, it’s memorable!

     9. Envelope Liners

An inner layer to your envelope will be the first thing guests will see when they excitedly tear open your invite. Liners are a great finishing touch and they add a pop of colour. If you prefer to keep your invitations simple, one effective way of adding some glamour and interest is to include beautifully designed envelope so your guests have a hint of you theme without giving everything away. Pick from illustrations to floral scenes and watercolour designs.

     10. Monograms

Using a bold and impactful typeface to announce your initials allows you to keep things simple and elegant. Monograms will feel relevant to almost any type of formal celebration, so consider using them when other options feel too fussy or over the top. Monograms are a wonderful way of adding a personal touch , while keeping your invitations simplistic and classy. If Kate and Will can have a crest, why not you?