Monday, 11 July 2016

Navy Blue & White Inspired Wedding Invitations & Stationery

Navy Blue and white is favoured when the couple want a clean fresh approach. 
Navy or Dark blue sits happily with pale pinks, peach tones, Lemon and lavender,
which can be used to often the effect for summer weddings. 


Here are just a few of the Navy and White themed wedding invitations and stationery we have made for couples using this theme over the past couple of years. 


Flat, chevron designed wedding invitation 


 Matching envelope liner.
For a small additional cost, 
Envelope liners add a touch of luxury


R.S.V.P. Card & Information Cards can be added as extras. 


See how much softer the colours look with the addition of a pastel colour


R.S.V.P. Cards help you get a fast response 


Cards can be added for gift requests


Stickers and envelope seals
can be personalised with the wording of your choice.
These are great if you want to personalise your favours too


Personalised Envelope seals



 Heart shaped place cards or favour tags 


 Favour Tags


Seating or Table Plan


The Bride was a Yorkshire Lass


 The Groom from Durham


Mix them together and what have you got? 
A Durham Cross with a Yorkshire Rose Centre 



Table Name Cards





Seating Plan Cards


Order of Service


If chevrons aren't your thing...
how about stripes? 



Personalised wishing tree tags 
a great alternative to a guest book 


Memory Candles are a popular way to remember
family members who cannot be with you on your special day 




All the above items are available in ANY colour scheme. 
Remember: Your ideas are our inspiration 

Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Real Yorkshire Weddings - Rach & Andy - Headlam Hall

Rachael & Andrew asked me to combine the Yorkshire & Lancashire rose as a symbol of the 2 of them joining together. 


Folded invitations were chosen for the day invites
and flat for the evening. 


Red foil and white card
gave these invites a fresh, clean, look



The creative solution to Meat eaters or vegetarians 
made an unusual and fun RSVP card



Just a month before the wedding the couple were back
for their seating plan.... again we used 
the Yorkshire and Lancashire rose
carrying the theme right through the stationery. 



Red and white wishing tree tags were used
 as an alternative to a wedding guest book
Couples give me great feedback on these little tags.
Often a guest book will get overlooked.
People really love filling these cards out 
and hanging them on the wishing tree


all neatly packaged in a personalised box,
as a gift from me to them. 


Fancy having wishing tree tags at your wedding?
We custom colour all our tags
to match your wedding theme
FREE OF CHARGE!



Monday, 16 May 2016

BE INSPIRED Soft Lavender & Lilac Double heart Invitations & Stationery

There's no two ways about it... Pastels are definitely 'IN' this year. Here's a quick blog post to inspire those who are considering adding soft pastels to their wedding invitations and on the day stationery.
Sophie & Graeme chose pale lavender with lilac hues.A perfect combination.
Lavender is on the blue side of purple while lilac falls on the red side, which makes it perfect if you want to add soft pinks or baby blue to your theme
Invitation with RSVP card
For the brave at heart, these colours also go well with green.
We made a matching postbox....
And of course a seating plan.
And I also decorated a guest book.
The Chief Bridesmaid had made the wedding favours and decorated the boxes with a tiny ribbon and rose, so apart from a bit of lace in the middle, the decorating was being done afterwards. 
And here is all the on the day decor bits together..... 
Soft, subtle, delicate..... pastels are definitely here to stay, at least for 2016. 
Are you using pastels in your wedding theme?
Leave a comment below and share your colours.
Love Sue x

See our full collection of personalised Invitations and Stationery at http://inspiredbyscript.co.uk 

Monday, 18 April 2016

How To: DIY Wedding Planning Binder: How to | Wedding Planning

Feeling overwhelmed with all this wedding planning malarkey?
Wedding planning can feel stressful. After all, for most couples it's their first time.
How do you keep all those bits and pieces you've gathered from suppliers, services, wedding fairs, magazine cut outs, dates and schedules, budgeting notes  and all those other need to remember items safe and in one place?
Of course you can run out and buy one of the many and mostly pricey wedding planners on the market, but it's really easy to make your own and tailor make it to suit you.... and at Inspired by Script WE LOVE tailor made! 
Here's a fantastic idea from Alina Narr on how she made a Wedding Planner Binder and the idea is so simple, you can too! 



How did you plan your wedding?
How are you planning your wedding?
What's the best tip toy can give to couples trying to keep things organised and on track? 
What do you struggle with when planning your wedding? 
I'd love to hear from you... so either leave a comment below or email me (Sue)  CLICK HERE

Thursday, 7 April 2016

How do I word my wedding invitations?

How do I word my wedding invitations? It's something we get asked about all the time. One of the great things about buying your wedding invitations from us is we can help you decide on the wording for your invitations and stationery.
How you word your invitations is entirely up to you and really depends on how formal or informal your day will be. Here’s just a short list of possibilities.

Formal invitation from Brides Parents Church Wedding
Mr. & Mrs. FATHERS FULL NAME
Request the pleasure of your company
At the marriage of their daughter
BRIDES NAME
To GROOMS NAME
At CHURCH
On WEDDING DATE
At TIME OF WEDDING
Followed by reception at NAME OF VENUE
Evening celebrations start at TIME
RSVP – DATE & ADDRESS

Formal invitation from Brides Parents Church Wedding
Mr. & Mrs. FATHERS FULL NAME
Request the pleasure of your company
At the marriage of their daughter
BRIDES NAME
To GROOMS NAME
At WEDDING VENUE
On WEDDING DATE
At TIME OF WEDDING
Followed by wedding breakfast.
Evening celebrations start at TIME
RSVP – DATE & ADDRESS

From the Bride & Groom Church wedding
BRIDES NAME & GROOMS NAME
Together with their families
Request the pleasure of your company
At CHURCH
On WEDDING DATE
At TIME OF WEDDING
Followed by reception at NAME OF VENUE
Evening celebrations start at TIME
RSVP – DATE & ADDRESS

From the Bride & Groom Venue wedding
NAME OF BRIDE & NAME OF GROOM
Together with their families
Request the pleasure of your company
At WEDDING VENUE
On WEDDING DATE
At TIME OF WEDDING
Followed by wedding breakfast.
Evening celebrations start at TIME
RSVP – DATE & ADDRESS
Of course a line can be added if you wish to include names like this:

Formal invitation from Brides Parents Church Wedding
Mr. & Mrs. FATHERS FULL NAME
Request the pleasure of the company of

………………………………………
At the marriage of their daughter
BRIDES NAME
To GROOMS NAME
At CHURCH
On WEDDING DATE
At TIME OF WEDDING
Followed by reception at NAME OF VENUE
Evening celebrations start at TIME
RSVP – DATE & ADDRESS

Informal from Bride & Groom

NAME OF BRIDE & NAME OF GROOM
Are finally tying the knot!
And would love it if
……………………………….
would join them
At NAME OF VENUE
On DATE OF WEDDING
At TIME
Evening dancing and buffet starts at TIME
RSVP DATE and ADDRESS

 REMEMBER: This is the first clue as to what your wedding expectations and theme is all about. If it's formal make sure your invitation is formal. If you are going for something more wild or quirky, make the invitation wording match the occasion! 
If you have different ideas or can add any new ones, please leave a comment in the comments section below.

Tuesday, 5 April 2016

HOW TO ASK FOR MONEY INSTEAD OF GIFTS

If you’re planning to ask for money instead of gifts, why not include one of these cute poems in your wedding invitations
If you’ve decided to ask for money on your Wedding Invitations rather than a traditional wedding gift list, we’ve come up with a few cute ways to politely make this clear when communicating with your guests.

As we’ve lived together for a year or two,
We really don’t need anything new.
But if you were thinking of getting us a small wedding gift,
Some money for our honeymoon wouldn’t go a miss.
********************
We’re tying the knot and we just can’t wait,
We knew it would happen on our very first date.
As we’ve got our home dressed up with accessories,
We don’t really think that a wedding gift list is necessary.
But if you did want to give something to help us on our way,
Some money in a card would truly make our day!
********************
We’ve just moved home and have filled it with stuff,
From books to sofas, we’ve certainly got enough!
Instead of more wine glasses, we’d really love some cash,
So that we can book a perfect honeymoon and head off in a dash.
A romantic beach break would really do the trick,
As soon as we can afford it, we’ll be on that plane quick!
********************
We haven’t included a gift list in our invite,
As we have everything — it just wasn’t right...
To ask for more things for the life we lead,
What we’d really love is a good holiday indeed!
If you were thinking of a gift for us to start our married life,
some money would make us a very happy husband and wife!
********************
We can’t wait to spend our wedding day with you,
We’ve been planning hard and spending money for a good year or two.
As we’re keen to start our married life in style,
An amazing honeymoon would really make us smile.
Instead of a gift list from a high street shop,
What we’d really love is some money so that on a beach we can flop!
Your financial donation would truly mean a lot,
So thank you for contributing to our honeymoon pot!
********************
In order to make our dreams come true,
We’d love to go on a honeymoon for a week or two.
Instead of a dinner set, a vase or a bowl,
A financial contribution would make our wedding experience whole.
We’ve created a bank account to save our honeymoon money,
We really appreciate it, and we can’t wait to go somewhere sunny!
********************
We’ll be husband and wife for the rest of our life,
In our little home made for two.
But instead of a vase or a new kitchen knife,
We’d love to fly off to somewhere new.
A week on a beach would suffice and be ideal,
So instead of a gift, your contribution would help to buy us a hotel room or a romantic meal!
********************
We’re looking forward to seeing you on our very special day,
We hope that it will be perfect in every single way.
As a couple we know that love is all we need forever,
But a honeymoon after our wedding would be great — however...
We’ve not got the money to take this very special trip,
And we hope that you can help us fulfil our dream whether it be on a plane, or a ship!
Some money would really be the perfect gift to give,
Instead of new pots and pans, for the house in which we live!
********************
We’ll soon be saying ‘I Do’,
And for a gift, if you haven’t got a clue,
Then we’d really love some cash,
So that for our honeymoon we can splash,
Out on an amazing and romantic trip for two!
********************
All the wedding planning has worn us out,
And a dream honeymoon would make us happy, no doubt!
But we’ve got a little problem and we’re wondering if you can help,
We’ve started up a honeymoon fund — any contribution would make us yelp!
********************
As we’re getting married we thought it would be fun,
To move into a brand new home — we need to get it done.
As wedding gifts are bulky and we’re a little short on space,
Some money would be the ideal gift to help us buy our place!
********************
Have you another favourite poem?
We love hearing your ideas!
Why not add it in the comments below
and help others by adding it to our list!
Love Sue x

Wednesday, 30 March 2016

Introducing our newest design! The Banner Wedding Invitation from only £1.50!

Kraft Card wedding invitation  design from our BANNER Collection
Perfect for the Vintage, Country or Rustic themed wedding.
Available as Invitations only or
Buy a BUNDLE Pack and Save money on your wedding invitations
Choose From
Card Colour Available: Kraft, White or Ivory
Card weight is 300gsm 
Invitation Size: 12.8cm x 17.8cm (5" x 7")
Insert Card: A6 - 21cm x 14.7cm
Use as RSVP, Info,, Accommodation Card
Money Request Card: 10cm x 10cm 

Available as:
1  Invitation
1  Invitation + Matching Envelope + 1 RSVP
1 Invitation + Matching Envelope + RSVP + Info Card
1 Invitation + Matching Envelope + RSVP + Info Card + Money Request Card -


Add a backing card to JAZZ it up a bit
only 25p per card!


FREE PERSONALISED BELLY BAND WHEN ORDERING 3 CARDS OR MORE
Prices includes  free personalisation and black font.

Or add a tag and ribbon from our



*** This item is available with a backing board ***
Backing cards are a great way to jazz up your invitations. 
We have many  colours to choose from but
 please contact us before purchase to check availability. 
BUY THIS INVITATION HERE





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