Once the party’s over, there’s one thing left to do: thank-you notes. The aptly named “Fall In Love with Your Life” collection from Kikki.K should help you get the job done without spending a fortune on gold foil and letterpressing. The energetic designs include high-voltage shades of yellows, pinks, and greys – each with a sweet note. And while you’re at it, stock up on journals, diaries, or a heart-printed mug for yourself.
As the very first touchpoint with guests, invitations can totally set the tone of your wedding. So if you’re trying to keep it classy (and who’s not?), check out the personalised wedding suites from SanStation, which ooze sophistication with marbled designs, rich shades and romantic calligraphy.
Married couple Glory and Avery enjoyed creating their own wedding invitations so much that they decided to set up A Little Love Story to create bespoke invitations for their customers. Continue reading “A Little Love story”
With a fun-loving yet intimate style, locally-based photographer Alexander Li is a popular choice among English speakers for his candid, photojournalistic-style shots. Continue reading “Alexander Hera”
Originally from California, these beautiful, award-winning letterpress invitations are exclusively available from wedding planners The Wedding Company. Continue reading “Elum Designs”
Established in 1988, Joy’s Card can create traditional Chinese and modern European wedding invitations, lucky red packets and cute wedding favours such as key chains, chopsticks and photo frames. Continue reading “Joy’s Card”
This local company can do big and small orders of pretty, tasteful traditional and modern, western and Chinese invitations that can be as simple or ornate as you like. Continue reading “983 Wedding”