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Green Planet Paper has launched its first 100 per cent eco-friendly stationery collection
Sustainable Sussex-based stationery company Green Planet Paper has launched its first 100 per cent eco-friendly, plantable wedding stationery collection: Eden. Featuring a magical, floral fantasia design, it's comprised of save-the-dates, wedding invitations and RSVP cards, all of which are fully customisable. They can be ordered individually or as a suite. Each element is crafted from recycled paper, made in England and crammed full of native wildflower seeds, and the brand is committed to sourcing raw materials locally. Eden's bold yet delicate watercolour design, containing an array of colourful blooms is perfect for summer nuptials. The best news is that guests can plant their cards after the big day, which with a little love and water will grow into a mini garden – a floral tribute to a wonderful day.
Posted: 11 August 2022
Experts reveal what to write on a wedding card
The wedding season is upon us, with couples across the country bringing people together to celebrate getting married, but have you ever been lost for words when writing your special congratulations on a card? Searches for 'what to write in a wedding card' increased by +300% in the past 12 months1, indicating that people are struggling for words. To help, greetings card marketplace, thortful.com has collated the top things to write on a couples' wedding card.
Posted: 11 May 2022
On paper: Stationery finishing touches with The Amyverse
When we asked Sussex's wedding suppliers for their ideas on big-day finishing touches for the April/May issue of Your Sussex Wedding, we received so many strokes of genius we barely knew where to put them all. One area in particular we wanted to expand on is stationery. There are so many ways to be creative here, above and beyond the must-have invitations, place names and so on, really allowing you to put your own stamp on your wedding. Here, The Amyverse tells us more.
Posted: 14 April 2022