- When should I send out my Main Wedding invites?
Generally, it is suggested to mail out wedding invitations 3-6 months prior to the wedding. By giving guests extra notice, they will have ample opportunity to schedule their attendance. Make sure to designate sufficient time to discover the ideal invitation for your celebrations and to confirm the wording of your wedding invitation.
- When should I send my Save the Dates?
Send your save the date cards 6 months ahead for guests to be ready in time for the wedding day. Be sure to provide the date and a general location; for destination or peak period weddings, send out the cards as soon as possible for guests to make the necessary arrangements.
- When should I set my RSVP deadline?
Your RSVP deadline should be set at 8 weeks before your wedding to give yourself enough time to contact any guests who have yet to reply. Invitations should include RSVP cards or provide instructions on how to confirm attendance via email, phone, or website.
By addressing and stamping RSVP envelopes, your guests will have an easier time responding. Doing this will ensure that all vendors, such as the venue and caterers, are provided with an accurate headcount and the table plan can then be finalized.
- What shall I include on Save the dates and Main invites?
Ensure that your save the dates only include the date and location, reserving the finalized details for your wedding invitations. To help your guests plan their attendance, include information cards with directions, accommodation recommendations, and a registry list. Peruse our wedding invitation wording ideas to easily craft compelling invites.
- What is seed paper and what advantages does it offer?
Our premium plantable seed paper is embedded with over 20 different types of UK wildflower seeds.
When the card has served it’s purpose you can tear it up and plant it, and with good nurturing grow beautiful wildflowers from them.
The paper is completely biodegradable and is tailor-made exclusively for our brand from a UK papermill.
- How do I plant the paper?
Tear up the paper into smaller chunks, soak them well in water for half a minute.
Plant the soaked paper under a very thin layer of soil, water them each day to keep moist but don't over water them. Place in the sunniest, warmest place in your house.
Once you see some shoots, allow them to get stronger before planting outside in Spring or Autumn. Germination could take up to a few weeks.
Click here to view our Planting Guide.
- How long does the seed paper last?
All of our sheets are freshly made and are no older than a few weeks old before they are shipped to you, we do not keep any old stock.
We suggest planting our seed paper within 18 months to maximize the germination results. After this period, germination rates may start to decline. To keep the germination rates as high as possible, store the seed paper in a cool, dry location.
- Can I use a pen to write on seed paper?
The paper is suitable for use with ballpoint and rollerball pens.
- Do you offer the ability to customize pre-designed wedding stationery?
Yes absolutely! If you like one of our pre-designed options but want to make some adjustments that is no trouble at all. Let us know and we can happily discuss options.
- What is your order process?
Upon acceptance of one of our pre-designed collections, you will be emailed print samples for your consideration prior to any physical printing.
For whoever opts for a "Your custom design" order, please have your design ready to send as soon as possible to receive a test print.
- How long will my order take?
Production from final approval will take approx. 14 days.
Though we will try to expedite the process if possible, without compromising the quality of course (this largely depends on the amount of orders we receive that week).
Shipping is not included in the estimate.
- Can I order a sample?
Yes, of course. Click here to view our samples.
- Is every sheet identical?
Due to the handmade production process, a slight variance in the dimension of each sheet may occur. Additionally, a tiny variation in the hue of the paper may be present because of the recycled material included.