the wedding stationery collection is here!

            

It's a bridal fantasy: three unique wedding paper suites of coordinating designs, each collection crafted from different sized and shaped cards for a bespoke look. The three different collections within the Wedding Stationery Collection resonate with a different style: boho chic, colorful mod, and classic elegance are represented, all with infinite color changes, so that you can sell a collection to every wedding client that walks through your door. It's also a revolutionary product: fulfill all your couples' wedding paper needs within your own studio, with cut-and-paste simplicity. Reuse the patterns as design elements within your clients' albums or as custom artwork. Upsell the suite as part of your larger packages, or include in your consultations as a value-added incentive to book. Go viral with the explosive marketing potential of hundreds of wedding guests/potential clients seeing your designs across the entire stationery suite. All three collections include the following: • Invitation • RSVP card • Save the date • Sign-in board • Thank you card Special thanks to Katelyn James Photography for the lovely sample images. Click here to check it out in the shop!




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