Semi-Bespoke Wedding Suites
For the budget-savvy. Where having the wedding stationery of your dreams meets affording the premium wine list.
These wedding suites are superbly designed and as beautiful in person as you could wish for. There are a range of styles to choose from and ready to have the wording and colours altered to match your vibe and scheme. Elevate them further with a range of stunning add-ons!
Luxe in a Hurry
Not just for those short on budget, the semi-bespoke route is also a lifeline to those who are short on time.
Who is the semi-bespoke route best for? In my experience, the couples that come to me for my semi-bespoke wedding stationery fall into three categories. And they might surprise you!
A lot of the couples who are considering the semi-bespoke route are those with a smaller budget. There's no shame in not having a huge budget for your wedding! The important thing is getting something that has the right look and feel. Are you vibing with it? Can you see it working with your theme? The benefit of the semi-bespoke for these couples is that it's cheaper, plain and simple. There's no design fee involved (as it's already designed), and if there's some money left over you'll still be able to add on some fancy bells and whistles with (for example), ribbons, wax seals, and envelope liners. The list goes on!
Then we have the couples who are in a hurry. Reasons such as the couple might have managed to secure a deal at their dream venue at really short notice, or they forgot to book a stationer (heaven forbid) and are now caught short. But the clear benefit for these couples is there's a much shorter turnaround time for semi-bespoke wedding stationery. No lengthy design process means there's no back and forth getting things 'just so', and as they're digitally printed, it's usual to be able to go from final to proof to delivered goods inside a fortnight (sometimes inside a week if the stars align!).
And while our last example is a rarity, sometimes a couple just doesn't want the fuss and an off-the-shelf design really suits them fine. They know the style they want, they're happy to leave the wording as it appears in the sample and they're generally quite casual on the colour scheme too ("Everything's pale pink and cream, so can you match to that?"). So while it's absolutely fine to change up the wording for your semi-bespoke wedding stationery, there's no problem with leaving it just how it is either. Of course, I'll still need to know the who, where and when!