Struggling to choose between flouncy bows and sleek graphics? We’re here to help you find the right invitation for your big day. When it comes to wedding stationery, invitations are…
Written by Paula Jones Last updated: June 6, 2006
Wedding menus, reception place names, ceremony order of service sheets… is your paperwork all ready for the big day?
These usually take the form of a folded card, with or without a paper insert. The cover of the sheet conventionally has the names of the bride and groom printed in the bottom left and right hand corners, respectively. The date and name of the church or venue is usually centred in the middle of the page. The actual layout of the service sheet depends on the style of the ceremony, so it might be a good idea to get some advice from your minister or registrar before making final arrangements.
Once you’ve chosen the theme of your stationery and invitations, you can continue the same design throughout your reception, with tableware, menus and place names to match the style of your invitations, adding a sense of sophistication to the celebrations.
Menu cards can be printed for your guests and placed on each table.
Place name cards are crucial if you have a seating plan. You can even print them up on your own computer with our Print Centre, or write them out by hand.
In addition to place name cards, an overall seating plan is usually displayed at the entrance to the dining room, so that guests know the general location of their seats.
Having a hard time choosing your stationery? Browse and compare samples and ranges in the Confetti stationery shop.