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Are you looking for the perfect wedding stationery? The look no further, The Wedding Planner has a selection of talented and affordable companies who can create everything you need.

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From invitations and thank-you cards to seating charts and accessories, you are sure to find exactly what you are looking for. Choose from a selection of custom designs, or why not have your stationery personalised to tie in with your wedding theme!
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Stationery Guide

Your wedding stationery is the first chance that you get to announce your coupledom to the world.

It should reflect both of your personalities and give a firm indication to your wedding theme. Whether you are a boho bride looking for a green option, or a self confessed princess looking to design your first monogram, the choices are endless.

Before you rush to the printers brimming with ideas, you need to have a rough idea of how many guests will be in attendance. For this, you need to establish your guest list. This is not as simple as it would first appear. You need to be mercenary and break your nearest and dearest into categories:

 

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