New name on the wedding stationery scene Little h With Love specialise in pretty personalised, handmade designs. Which of these new collections for 2015 would suit your theme?

Rustic Lace

This is a brand new design from Little h With Love. This pretty little invitation suits a country theme perfectly. The thick lace and gorgeous ribbon look so pretty set against the rustic-looking brown card. It is also available as a Pocketfold invite, too.

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Elegance

This timeless design works perfectly for any colour scheme. The triple mounted card is finished with a rich three layered waterfall bow. This chic design is also embellished with five Swarovski crystals. The personalised details on the cover complets this design and add an extra touch of glamour.

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Art Deco

This simple, understated design helps to bring a touch of Art Deco elegance to your big day. Triple mounted to add a luxurious feel and finished with Swarovski crystals, this design can be created in any colour and has lots of complementary day stationery to go with it.

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Classical

If you want a traditional, timeless look then Classical is the collection for you. The ribbon colour can be changed to match your colour scheme and the Swarovski crystals add a touch of sparkle for the special occasion.

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Vintage

This old world collection takes its inspiration from the past. The ticket-style invitation and tag-style save the date suit a vintage themed wedding perfectly. Work this collection into a wider vintage theme with old fashioned type writers, battered suitcases, old books and more.

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Tapestry

This gorgeous design is available in three delicate pastel colours. The gatefold invitation offers something different from the usual layouts. This lovely little number is embossed with a beautiful tapestry design and tied with a wide, sumptuous bow.

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Tiffany

This collection is unashamed in its influence. The Pocketfold design holds all of your additional wedding information perfectly. The perfect wedding stationery if you’re planning a Breakfast at Tiffany’s theme, or a chic city celebration.

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Flourish

The triple mounting and glistening Swarovski crystals gives this invitation a really luxurious, regal look. This design looks so pretty in pastel blue and white. Coordinating day stationery is also available.

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Modern

This collection is designed solely using typography and would suit a modern wedding. Imagine yellow and grey tissue pom-poms, striped drinking straws and geometric patterns. A huge leap away from traditional wedding stationery, this design would suit those couples who prefer to take a step away from the norm and dare to be different.

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Unity

Four layers create this statement design. The navy blue and white gives this design a Nautical feel. The coordinating day stationery allows you to continue the look throughout your big day – certainly a collection to consider for a seaside or beachy theme.

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For more stationery ideas to suit your theme, click here. Or if you haven’t decided on your theme yet, fear not. We’ve got lots of ideas to suit every type of venue in our Themes section.

12 COMMENTS

  1. I refused to chase, I waited a week after RSVP date and if they went in by then I told them sorry but everything has been booked and numbers confirmed, and that was less people I had to pay for 🙂 it’s just rude not to RSVP to a wedding.

  2. We had people not RSVP until a couple of weeks before when we had already given meal choices to the venue, people RSVP yes to themselves and people we hadn’t invited and RSVP yes then not turn up, still not heard why!

  3. We catered for 160 people that had RSVP’d yes (thankfully with buffets rather than a formal meal) and about 30 didn’t turn up, only half of them sent their apologies. So annoying when they can’t even be bothered to send so much as a text to say sorry and congratulations.

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