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After setting the date, one of the next important things to think about is your wedding stationery. Wedding stationery doesn�t just include your wedding invitations though! You�ll also need to consider RSVP cards, save the date cards, place cards, thank you notes and various other inserts, including menu choices and driving instructions as you plan your special day.

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Wedding Save the Date Cards

If you�re marrying in the distant future, or abroad, it might be worth sending out save the date cards to your guests so they are aware of your wedding date, even if you don�t have the finer details yet. Your save the dates are your first chance to give your guests a hint of your wedding theme and style, so choose wisely! Browse the save the date section on hitched.com.au to find the perfect save the date cards for your special day.

Wedding Invitations

Think carefully when it comes to choosing your wedding invitations, as these are the most important pieces of your wedding stationery. If you want your wedding invitations to be coordinated with the rest of your wedding theme, then try browsing by colour. You can also personalise your wedding invitations to make sure they represent you as a couple. Start browsing now to find the perfect wedding invitations for you.

Wedding Inserts - RSVP Cards & Menu Cards

The best way to make sure your guests reply to your wedding invitations promptly is to include RSVP cards with your wedding invitations. Make sure you specify a deadline for your guests to reply by so you can get started creating your wedding seating plan as soon as possible. You can also make your wedding RSVP cards more engaging by allowing your guests to include a song of their choice to be played at the reception!

If you plan on following your wedding ceremony with a traditional, sit-down meal, then it makes sense to provide menu cards on each of your reception tables. You can include your wedding menu cards with your invitations too, but it helps to have them at the reception tables so your guests can be reminded of what they have to look forward to.

Wedding Order of Service

Provide orders of service cards to your guests when they arrive at your wedding so they know the running order of the day and what will happen during the ceremony. If you�re singing hymns or having readings at your ceremony, why not include the words in you�re the order of service so your guests can follow along? It would also be nice to include your vows if you�re writing your own, for a truly personal touch.

Wedding Place Cards

If you've spent a lot of time working on your seating plan, make sure your guests take the right seats by indicating their places with place cards. Choose place cards to match the theme and style of your wedding. You could even double up your place cards with your favours by using them as gift tags.

Wedding Thank You Cards

Wedding thank you cards are an important part of your wedding stationery, and are essential for good wedding etiquette! Send wedding thank you cards to all your guests to thank them for attending and for any gifts they may have given you. You should also send them to anyone who didn�t attend, but still sent a gift. Consider personalising your thank you cards by using one of your wedding photos � talk to your photographer to see if they can let you have an image to use as soon as possible after the big day.

Wedding Posters

Add to your wedding d�cor with fun wedding posters. Whether you choose to display photos of you both as children, family wedding photos or romantic quotes that mean something to you both, it�s a great way to personalise your wedding d�cor. Create personalised wedding posters through hitched.com.au.

Wedding Wall Calendars

Relive your wedding day all year round by using some of your favourite wedding pictures in a wall calendar. Wedding wall calendars are a great way to remember your special day, but they also make great gifts for family members too � particularly the parents and grandparents of the bride and groom!