Are you hiring a wedding stationery and signage designer to create your wedding invitations? If you want to keep your wedding “brand” cohesive without being repetitive explore these alternative wedding stationery and signage style options, and mix things up a bit!
Rustic, light-toned birch. Warm, elegant maple or mahogany. Rich cherry veneer pressure-mounted on cardstock. However you cut it, wood is hot for wedding stationery and signage. We love wood save-the-dates, magnets, menus, invitations, and signage for Hill Country weddings, destination weddings, barn weddings, and weddings with a distinct Texan theme.
Couples from coast to coast are excited about clear or opaque acrylic “stationery” pieces, from wedding invitations to place cards to reception menus. Versatile, durable acrylic can be printed and hand-painted just like paper and is lightweight enough to mail in a rigid paper envelope or custom-designed box.
There are few materials more cherished than soft, supple leather…especially when it arrives in the mail, inviting you to a fabulous celebration. Even if you decide to go with traditional paper for your wedding invitations, you can choose leather for your save-the-dates, favor tags, or cocktail menus. Bonus: Have your designer craft luggage tags and passport holders, with your wedding monogram or motif, and raise the bar on your honeymoon style!
If you’re looking for more stationery & invitations inspiration, check out our Wedding Stationery & Invitations Pinterest board!