Frequently Asked Questions

General FAQs

When should I send my save the date cards?

We recommend you send your save the date cards around a year before your wedding. As soon as you have set a date, you can send them. Finer details regarding times and location can be added to your wedding invitations, so don’t worry about these too much at this stage.

When should I send my wedding invitations?

We recommend you send these around 3 months before your wedding. This allows your guests time to reply in order for you to give final numbers to your wedding venue.

How many wedding invitations should I order?

You will need to order one invitation per couple/family. It is advisable you order a few spares to allow for mistakes or to invite replacement guests if anyone cannot attend, as time may not be on your side at this stage.

Can I choose my wording for my wedding invitations?

Yes. Your invitation can say whatever you want it to say; after all, it’s your special day, so why shouldn’t you have what you want!

Can you print my wedding invitations in a different language?

We can print your wedding stationery in a language other than English providing all the information is supplied exactly how you want it.

What should I do if I need to put more detailed information about my wedding day?

Guest information cards are a great way of telling your guests the finer details about your wedding day. They can be put in the same envelope as your wedding invitations, so you don’t have to worry about additional postage and extra hassle! These are particularly useful if you are getting married abroad and need to add flight and hotel information.

How do I decide on the RSVP date?

You need to check when your wedding venue requires you to finalise numbers for catering and seating arrangements. Your RSVP date should be around 2 weeks before this date so you can provide the information in time.

Who sends out the wedding invitations?

Traditionally, the hosts of the wedding day do this, but often the bride will.

What details do I need on my order of service?

Your order of service should include entrance music, hymns, prayers, marriage, and benediction. Always check this with whoever is conducting the service before placing your order as you may need to obtain copyright clearance.

When is the latest I can order my table plan?

We recommend that you place your order for a table plan 3 weeks before your wedding day. If you haven’t finalised seating arrangements and you need to place your order late, we can possibly turn these round in 2 to 3 days, but please contact us before placing your order to ensure we can do this.

I need my order urgently; can I speed things up?

The quicker you agree your proof, the quicker we can begin printing and packing your order up for dispatch. The delivery can be sped up too by selecting Express delivery at checkout. This will ensure you will receive your order on the next working day after it has been dispatched.