August 11th, 2014


In part 3 of the festival wedding series Off To Wed found some stunning designs from Lisa Loves Design who creates some truly stunning wedding stationary. I’m sure her brides and grooms are quite moved by the detail invested in these beautiful designs. We’ve looked to Bestival for inspiration and been wowed by Wild About Flowers’s Floral headbands but the festival Wedding starts with the invitations. Luckily attendance isn’t dependent on a constantly engaged ticket line a la Glastonbury. All that your guests have to do is RSVP to the invitation and if you’re planning a festival wedding, make sure you start the theme with the invitations or save the date. The stationery is the perfect way to translate the theme of any wedding so we asked Lisa Loves her thoughts on how to use the stationary, “If you’re planning a festival themed wedding your wedding invitations and stationery should reflect this concept and offer a little insight into what you have planned, allowing your guests to prepare accordingly and of course get them excited about what’s in store! Ticket-style wedding invitations are great fun, and you could also think about giving each guest a lanyard on arrival detailing the itinerary, menu and timings, perfect if you have a lot going on. Finally don’t forget to ensure the rest of your stationery is in keeping with your theme; create a festival poster for your table plan, choose fun names such as your favourite bands for your table names and give each of your guests a cute personalised favour to remind them of your special day, perhaps a CD of your favourite tracks.” Rustic_Save_The_Date French_Festival_Invitation Psychedelic_Festival_Invitation Farm_Festival_Invitation   Festival_Wedding_Table_Plan 60s_Festival_Invitation