Here’s a wonderfully whimsical new idea for anyone looking for something different to the usual traditional wedding invitations and matching stationery. Cute Maps are just that – unique alternative wedding stationery that tell your love story, in your chosen style, from first date to wedding day.
Individually tailored to depict the visual story of your romance and your special day, the collection ranges from full stationery suites to simple postcards so there’s something to suit all tastes and budgets.
These beautiful bespoke cartography creations are finished on high quality textured card with the sweetest artwork depicting the actual wedding venues, nearby symbolic landmarks or even significant journeys travelled. Illustrated in delightful map form, these are wedding invitations and matching stationery that are designed to reflect the personal style of each couple, whether that’s vintage, contemporary or even gothic.
Unique Alternative Wedding Stationery
Everything that is most important to you can be included in your design, be it a beloved pet, a sports interest or whether the bride and groom will leave the wedding on a motorbike, in a sports car or on boat! It can all be realised in these intricate designs available as: Save the Date postcards and magnets, invitations and folded cards, invitation inserts or gift maps. The bespoke matching stationery range includes table plans, orders of service, information cards, place cards, menus, table names and thank you cards.
Personalised Artistic Keepsakes
The best thing about Cute Maps is that once the wedding is over these delightful designs can be framed and treasured always as a reminder of the big day. The Save the Date fridge magnets will stay looking cute on your fridge as a reminder of each anniversary. They are lovely personalised artistic keepsakes.
We love Cute Maps because they’re so different to anything else out there and we know your guests will be delighted by their novelty. Find out more about this quirky unique alternative wedding stationery at Cute Maps.