Think wedding stress end after the “I do’s.” Wrong. Upon returning from your honeymoon, you’ll get to open all the gifts received by family and friends the night of your wedding. Beware: there’s one final task though — thank-you notes. It’s definitely daunting, but the process doesn’t have to be painful. Follow WeddingWire’s easy fill in the blank templates to rid that writer’s block!
Recent Stationery Posts
Photo Courtesy of: MaeMae Paperie
Summer is fast approaching, which means weekend trips to the beach, fishing excursions on the boat, and lots and lots of weddings — obviously! Show off these stationery designs at your warm-weather celebration featuring ocean themes, anchor motifs, sea critters, and blue/green color schemes.
Looking for a creative way to help your wedding guests find their seats at the reception? Our favorite place card ideas to try include, flowers, mini chalkboards, lucite blocks, fruit, picture frames, skillfully-shaped wire, tiles, and beverages. For more inspiration, visit WeddingWire’s stationery photo galleries!
Having a ceremony program will help inform your guests of many things — agenda, names of bridal party, parents, officiant, musicians, and of course, pets. Don’t know which style to choose? Take a look at our photo gallery to help you decide.
Photo: Melissa McCrotty Photography
Get inspired from our invitation photo gallery full of all shapes, sizes, and designs! Remember, it’s your guests’ first peek at your wedding style, so to help you get started here’s a few tips to keep in mind: know your color scheme, choose your wording wisely, make the font legible, check the proof not once but two or three times, order extra envelopes, and do a weigh-in at the post office before you put a stamp on it.