It’s only once you come to starting your wedding planning that you realise the cost involved in purchasing various stationery, or personalised touches for your wedding. It’s becoming more and more popular to either do it yourself, or skip them altogether.
I’ve put together a post of my favourite free printables for you to use for your wedding, ranging from save the dates, to little extras, to make sure you don’t have to miss a single aspect of your perfect day just to save money.
I love this sweet idea from Marry This to have your guests leave you little pieces of advice for your life ahead.
I can’t get over the cuteness of this favour box from Melissa Esplin – I love the details, from the rain clouds to the little couple holding hands.
Wedding Chicks have blown me away with a full range of stationery available for a free download, including invites and RSVP cards. All fully customisable with a cute bunting print! You definitely have to check out their Freebies section for many more sets and inspiration.
Martha Stewart Weddings have a cute printable alphabet. You can get super creative with this one, why stick to Just Married? Bride, Groom, Mr and Mrs, Bar – The list is endless, use your imagination!
I simply adore these vintage French postcards from I Do It Yourself – Perfect for getting your guests to write their messages and creating a guest/scrap book of your special day!
Here’s a super cute crafting idea from The Pretty Blog – Provide tissues to your guests in style with these printable tags.
A second entry from The Pretty Blog is these gorgeous printouts for paper bags. Perfect for the increasingly popular candy/dessert buffet.
Printable popcorn boxes from One Charming Party – Perfect for popcorn or sweets (pick-&-mix style)! Your guests will love it!
These adorable “gift tags” from Eat Drink Chic would make the sweetest place cards! Hand-written names give a personal touch.
I’m so in love with these printables from Miss Cutiepie – A full range of cute stationery and even sweet ideas to give you the inspiration on how to use them!
Weddings are all about letting your friends and family know what you’re all about as a person and as a couple. If you’re a bookworm like me, you should use these Save The Date bookmarks from The Pretty Blog.
These days there are more and more cute, imaginative ways to ask your besties to be your bridesmaid, no one wants to just ASK anymore – Make your question a real gesture with this gorgeous DIY project from Glamour and Grace.
We can’t leave the menfolk out of all this lovely DIY, and I am a sucker for a good moustache pun, so be sure and show your man these hilarious printable cards from Wedding Chicks.
Who can resist these beautiful table numbers from The Knotty Bride? I know I can’t!
I simply adore this sweet I Spy game from Emmaline Bride, perfect for keeping the guests (or kids) entertained – Paired with disposable cameras on the tables, you could really have a good time!