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How to order & frequently asked questions...

Handmade Wedding Invitations

Ordering Options


Free Consultation - We are now pleased to offer consultations/meetings via telephone or video call. We offer a fully bespoke service where you can view all our products and discuss your requirements in person.  Appointments are available Monday-Friday, day or evening and Saturday during the day only.  Please use the contact form, phone or email to arrange a suitable date and time. 

Online Via our ETSY STORE - Our invitations and accessories are now available to order on line.  All matching accessories to the invites are available to order by requesting a "custom order"




Telephone or Email - we are happy to take orders by contacting us directly either by telephone 01664 851117 or email with your requirements. 

Frequently Asked Questions

When should I send my Save the Date cards?
We recommend you send your Save the Date cards around 12 to 18 months before your wedding. 

When should I send my Wedding Invitations?
We recommend you send invites out around 3 to 4 months before your wedding.  Allow extra time if your wedding is on a bank holiday, 
during festive or holiday seasons.


How many wedding invitations should I order?
You will need to order one invitation per couple/family. You can order extras as and when they are required.

Can I choose my wording for my wedding invitations?
Yes.  Your invitation can be worded as you wish, please see our Wording Sample page for help.  
We can also print in different languages.

When should the Rsvp date be?

We recommend 6 to 8 weeks before the event, allowing you to chase up guests who have not yet responded.

What details do I need on my Order of Service?
Your order of service should include entrance music, hymns, prayers and the marriage.  Your vicar/priest or minister
will guide you to which details need to be included.

Do I need an Order of Service for a Civil Wedding?

No, however you may choose to have an Order of Day, which can include the ceremony and the run of the day.



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