(edit) How to brand your wedding

Wedding branding is the overall look and feel that you want to convey on your big day. Every couple wants their wedding to stand out and be one that's remembered, and the best way to make your wedding special is by making it personal. You don't need to go overboard but here are some of our favourite ways to brand your wedding.


There are so many ways you can brand your big day, starting with your Save the Dates and finishing with your thank you cards; and everything in between.  There are quite a few steps to create the perfect wedding brand so we've run through them below:


Firstly you need to find your inspiration, this can come from your wedding venue, location, shared interested or even just from your favourite pattern. Why not tie your love story into your wedding theme to make it truly unique to you?


Next up is to discuss what type of a wedding you want it to be, would you like a glamorous formal affair or a laidback casual celebration. This will reflect the overall feel you're aiming to give to your guests.


Choosing a colour palette can help keep your brand concept, we typically recommend around 4-5 colours this will help everything from flowers to bridesmaid dresses for an overall seamless look.


By using the same fonts on all of the wedding stationery pieces it will really show your guests you wedding brand. There are so many to choose from whether it's romantic or modern, calligraphy or typographic. Choosing 2 or 3 fonts is recommended so you can mix it up. Remember, your invitation is a sneak peek into your big day!


A monogram or crest is one of our favourite ways to brand a wedding.  Custom wedding crests are one of our favourite ways to add personality to your wedding design; see some of our creations here. They help bring consistency to invitation suites and the overall wedding theme. Each one is designed to be unique to you and your style as a couple, as each couple has their own love story.


Patterns and textures are another way to brand your wedding. From florals to stripes or even with velvet the options are truly endless but pick a few options and stick to them.

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