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Let’s make your wedding stationery look beautiful and feel authentically you.
Whether you've just begun wedding planning or are ready to order your wedding cards online, our wedding collection makes it easy to be 100% yourself. Our wedding card designs draw on the most popular trends and themes, so it’s easy to find something that feels fresh and fits your vibe (and yes, your budget too). Embrace your style even more in our design studio by customising any template with your pick of luxe details – think pretty papers, glistening foils and scalloped borders.
For a truly personal touch, consider a custom illustration. Working with our Design Services, you can request a one-of-a-kind illustration of your wedding venue, you and your significant other, your pet etc. Once your illustration is done, we’ll print it on your wedding stationery. And if you have any questions along the way, our support experts are here to help. After all, the saying “yes” was easy. Every step of wedding planning should be too.
Frequently asked questions
It depends. If you're kicking off your wedding planning by sending out save the dates, you'll want to include the date and location of the wedding (even if the venue has yet to be booked) and your and your partner's names. You can also include a line or two in your save the date which notifies guests that a formal invitation will follow. For wedding invitations, we recommend including a request to attend, the couple's names, the location, the date and time and the reception details. Basically, all the details your guests will need to get to your wedding and celebrate your love.
For wedding invitations specifically, a few details are better left unsaid. We recommend leaving out mentions of wish list registries and pre or post-wedding events – this information is best shared by word of mouth. Also, if you're planning on having an adults-only celebration, it's best to communicate this subtly. One way is by only addressing your envelopes to the individuals who have been invited.
Wedding stationery includes all the various printed materials used in wedding planning and to share information about your big day — from invitations to save the date cards, thank you notes, programmes and more.
That's up to you! Whether you're looking to include florals, rustic borders, classic fonts or even a custom illustration of your venue, our wedding collection has plenty of design options for you to choose from. And if you already have an idea in mind, filter our personalised wedding cards by style, size or colour to find your favourite.
Not necessarily. While it's common to coordinate colour palettes and designs across save the dates, wedding invitations, thank you cards and more, there's no pressure to match everything. However, if you do want to create a coordinated look, you can easily extend your wedding invitation design to match all of your paper essentials.
Yes. Addressing your own wedding invitations by hand is a great way to add a personal touch that your invitees will appreciate. Just be sure that the writing is legible and that all the necessary information (the recipient’s name and address) is included on the wedding card.
There are no rules about what wedding stationery you need for your big day – that depends on you and your significant other! However, we recommend a couple of different combinations:
- A classic wedding stationery suite including a save the date card, wedding invitation and RSVP or enclosure card. Also, wedding programmes and menus for guests to hold on the day-of.
- A digital-friendly option that features a QR code on your physical wedding invitation, linking to your wedding website. With Vista x Wix, you can easily create a beautiful website that can be the home for all your nuptial correspondence – think online RSVPs, gift registries, reception details, your wedding hashtag, you name it. With this option, we recommend adding a save the date card (or even one of our customisable save the date magnets) to send ahead of your invite. Wedding programmes and menus are always good to have too.
As an addition to either of the above, we recommend including wedding thank you cards to show your guests just how much you appreciate their being a part of your special day. (They’re a great way to show off those stunning wedding photos too.)