Bespoke Wedding Stationery
Let's face it, there are plenty of sites online where you can edit a template to make your invitations cheaply. But don't they always leave you feeling like you've compromised on something? Perhaps you had to have shiny paper instead of matt, or you would have preferred another font but it wouldn't allow you to change it. Working with Doodah Designs means that there are no compromises, your wedding stationery can be exactly as you want it. Plus working with a graphic designer means that you might even get something more imaginative and more suited to your style than you expected. The best part is it doesn't cost as much as you think, and you get to have an input into the design process. Whole suites of matching stationery and signage are available to give a consistent theme to your wedding.
Tell the World
Before your big day you need to spread the word to make sure all your guests know what's going on. I can design save the date cards, invitations, RSVPs, and information cards which all tie in with your forthcoming wedding theme. You might also like to have an order of service for the day itself.
Give me a Sign
On the wedding day your guests will need pointing in the right direction to make sure everything runs smoothly. Signs can be used to welcome your guests and to let them know the schedule for the day as well as give direction and instruction. A seating plan (or maybe a sign saying there is no seating plan) will help keep everyone informed.
Dining in Style
When it's time to eat, your design theme can be applied to menus, place name cards, favours and table numbers; and can be an inexpensive way to bring style to your tables. Don't forget the thank yous, bespoke designed cards and gift tags can add a personal touch.
How Does it Work?
Bespoke design is about making sure that your invitations perfectly reflect your style and the theme for your big day. Whether you're looking for something simple and stylish or quirky and alternative, I've got you covered. It also means that you get to have as much input into the design as you like. Here's how it works: