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|Q||Tell us how to plan a wedding sustainably|
|A||Chloë Alderson says: When it comes to wedding stationery there are many ways to make your wedding more sustainable, from small changes such as using recycled paper, to larger changes such as sending digital invites.
At The Wedding Print Shop sustainability is very important to us, from reusing packaging to avoiding single-use plastics as much as possible (which is why we prefer to avoid acrylic invitations). We also advise you on what quantities you need to avoid over-ordering to save you money and reduce waste.
If being more eco-friendly is something you're striving for at your wedding, work with your chosen supplier to find the perfect balance between style and sustainability. Amongst our range we offer a design-only service for those preferring to send digital invites, various personalised packaging options for items such as biodegradable confetti, papers made from recycled materials and our newest addition – large format printing on 100 per cent fully recyclable board, suitable for table plans and welcome signs.
Chloë Alderson, The Wedding Print Shop
Bold and beautiful
|Q||We've opted for a wedding palette of bright summer colours and want to incorporate them into our stationery. Do you have any suggestions?|
|A||Stacie Gould says: Summer flowers are always a lovely way to incorporate bright colours into your wedding stationery and can also link in nicely with your chosen bouquet or floral arrangements. I have many designs that would work perfectly for this particular theme or I can create bespoke stationery by looking at your chosen palette and matching it accordingly.
On-the-day welcome signage will bring a pop of colour and can continue the invitation theme right through to the wedding itself. This feels even more inviting for guests, as the familiar colours and embellishments add a more personal feel. You can even include plenty of bright colours on your table plan allowing it to stand out. Having the same hues on your table numbers and name cards will also help loved ones find their seats easily, as well as adding another splash of summer to your reception. The possibilities are endless!
Stacie Gould, Rose Gould Printing