Order of Service
If you are getting married in church you will require an Order of Service to lead your guests through the ceremony. This usually includes 2-3 hymns and 2 readings of your choosing. Your vicar will generally provide you with his/her standard service – and then you may have the opportunity to amend it. I generally recommend running the final proof by your vicar before we go to print, to make sure they too are happy with it. I can also provide Order of the Day cards and booklets for non religious ceremonies.
Seating plans, as with all my stationery, can be tailored to the style and colour theme of your wedding. If you decide on a framed seating plan then I can advise the appropriate size for you based on the amount of guests/tables you are having at your reception. Framed seating plans are available in 3 sizes: A3, A2 and A1 and come in choice of different colour frames. These can be digitally printed in your chosen size or hand-built using layers of different card. Alternatively I can provide the printed cards or tags required for you to assemble your own.
If you are using a seating plan you will also require Name Place Cards, these can be supplied as folded cards, flat cards or tags depending on how you want to display them.
If you are having a seating plan you will also need to identify each table either with Table Numbers or Table Names – I can supply these in a variety of formats dependent on whether you plan to frame them, attach them to holders or would like them to stand on their own (as a folded card). Wedding venues will often supply the holders, so it may be worth asking your own what is available.
Leading on to Menus – you may choose to order one for each place setting or a few for each table. Either way you can show off the fabulous food you have on offer or if your guests have picked their courses via their rsvp – it is an excellent way to remind them what they have ordered.
I can also supply Paper Flags and Wedding Favour Tags in a range of styles and sizes, please email me directly for more details…