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Right at the very beginning of your wedding journey you set the ball rolling by sending out your wedding invitations, which begin to set the theme of your wedding day. So this week I introduce Vicky from Blueskys Creations to take a look at wedding stationery from invitations to table planners with some food for thought before you start thinking about your colours!


Q: Tell us a little bit about Blueskys Creation, how you started and how long you’ve been going.

It all started 3 years ago when my brother was planning his wedding, he knew I was crafty and asked me to make all his stationery for him, I jumped at the chance and never looked back, from there we’ve grown into what we are today.


Q: What hints, tips or advice do you have for our Brides to Be when it comes to arranging their save the date cards, invitations & table planners etc?

Think about what you want, don’t just dive into the first thing you see. Research what you like and don’t like. I know the cost of wedding stationery can seem daunting but don’t worry, a good supplier will talk you through everything and come up with a design for you. It’s also a case of pay what you want, either off the shelf or more bespoke designs. But remember go with what you love, not with what you expect other people to love.


Q: What makes Bluesky’s Creation stand out from the rest and what can Brides expect when they order their wedding stationery from you?

We pride ourselves on excellent communication from the minute couples contact us. If I can make this part of the wedding planning easy then I will. We work with the best quality materials that we can and make sure at every step along the way our couples are 100% happy. This means from the moment they contact us to  the time their stationery arrives with them we keep in contact with regular messages with updates and photos.


Q: When should Brides be looking to arrange their stationery and what would you suggest as a sensible budget?

Unfortunately the cost of stationery is like a piece of string dependent on what you want. The average price for good quality invites range from £1 for a basic printed design to £6 for a luxury invite which includes extra inserts. When buying, shop around, ask different companies for prices if one seems a lot lower than other, then ask why, and always get samples, that way you know your finished product is exactly what you’re looking for.


Q: What advice would you give any Bride about their Wedding Day? (It can be about anything).

Enjoy it! Remember once you and your other half are saying your vows everything else will be forgotten.


Q: What does the future hold for Blueskys Creation? 

We’ve just opened up our Etsy store and have lots of new designs springing up, so from here we aim to get bigger and better (we’re always up for a challenge design wise)!


So there you go, if you’d like to see more from Blueskys Creations, from ‘save the date’ cards, wedding invites to table plans why not visit their Facebook Page and let them know what you like!







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