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So how much should bespoke wedding stationery cost? - A quick budget guide for your wedding!

Updated: Apr 12, 2022

Are you wondering how much you should set aside in your budget for wedding stationery? Sometimes stationery is often overlooked - some couples want to focus all their attention on other aspects of their wedding and will opt for a cheaper template solution online to design their invitations. Absolutely nothing wrong with that! Often these templates are super easy to do, but lack uniqueness and personality - something I'm sure you would like your wedding to evoke!

I love the idea that no one else in the world will have the same wedding stationery or design as you - you can make it totally personable, to include your themes, your venue, or anything special about you as a couple to really add that special touch!

Ideally, you can spend around 7% of your total wedding budget on bespoke wedding stationery. This can range anywhere from £300 depending on how much detail, the design and the type of printing process you require. The average priced wedding in 2021 was around £16,000. If we take that cost, the average price of stationery can be £1,120. No one is expecting you to spend that sort of money but it's worth just keeping a bit extra to the side incase something really catches your eye that you'd like for your wedding stationery!

Remember - wedding stationery is more than just invitations and RSVP cards.... it's table plans, menus, place cards, order of services... the list goes on!

It's always worth investing if you're able to into your wedding stationery; it's the first thing your guests get to experience of your wedding day. From the invitations they can anticipate the theme, and really start to feel excited for it! Already your guests feel absolutely spoilt - who doesn't love a pretty personalised envelope with a gorgeously bespoke invitation come through their letterbox?!

If you would like to know more about how your wedding stationery can be personalised to you - please get in touch and I'd be happy to help!


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