Wedding Invitations – Newcastle, NSW

From save the date cards to wedding thank you cards, these businesses have all your stationery needs covered

Pocadot Invitations Warners Bay NSW

Pocadot Invitations

Mt Hutton, NSW

Pocadot Invitations provides ready-to-order wedding stationery across the Newcastle region and around Australia. They have a popular range of wedding invitations, along with matching place cards, welcome and seating signs, as well as menus and table numbers.

Pocadot Invitations are Mt Hutton based and print everything in-house locally so can have a quick turnaround for your wedding invites. Established in 2014 and with 100% positive reviews, they are easy to work with.

CALL 0434 492 490

Eboni and Ivory Wedding Invites and Stationery Newcastle NSW

Morgan Collective

Newcastle, NSW

Morgan Collective are all about embracing the beauty in simplicity. The Newcastle based design studio, focuses on creating modern, minimal and timeless wedding and event stationery.

Impress your guests from the very beginning with the feeling of modern luxury within your stationery; from your engagement through to your thank you cards. They offer full-service wedding stationery and signage to ensure a cohesive flow for all of your details.

Morgan Collective strive to create unique stationery that you will adore for years to come.

Life is Peachy Wedding Invitations Newcastle NSW

Life is Peachy

Newcastle, NSW

If you’re someone who likes to scroll through many prospective options before narrowing in on your choice of wedding invitations, Life is Peachy is the perfect store for you!

Run by Jackie, a graphic designer and self-proclaimed font nerd, Life is Peachy is testament to her passion for creating stunning invites. In addition to invites, we love her fingerprint tree kit to keep at the entrance of your ceremony for your guests to have their presence known.

CALL 02 4946 9694

Pixel and Ink Design Invitations Kotara NSW

Pixel and Ink Design

Kotara, NSW

This Newcastle-based wedding invitation studio is a trusty choice if you prefer personalised one-of-a-kind invites for your wedding. They have a wide range of options to pick from, which are also budget friendly. However, you’re not restricted by their options – you can opt for a custom-made design too!

Pixel and Ink Design is an award-winning wedding invitation studio and the best possible deliverables are always assured.

CALL 0403 343 610

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Paper and Stuff

Coorangbong, NSW

With almost five decades of wedding invitation creation and printing experience, Paper and Stuff is all about creating stationery for you with love.

Their stand-out designs breathe a new lease of life unto even the most traditional-styled invites. However, along with being in touch with the traditional paper-style wedding invitation, they also create spectacular modern digital stationery.

They believe that the sky’s the limit when it comes to designing a wedding invitation – so if you have a lofty idea, Paper and Stuff is the place to go!

CALL 02 4977 3200

Vintage La Belle Wedding Invites Charlestown NSW

Vintage La Belle

Charlestown, NSW

Vintage La Belle creates elegant and bespoke wedding invitations, along with other wedding crafts. Rest assured, every single invitation is handmade and a pleasant sight for sore eyes! 

In addition to being reasonably priced and handmade, another reason why Vintage La Belle is a fantastic option is the passion that shines through with every product created. If you’d like to be more involved in the process of creating your own wedding invitations, Vintage La Belle also offers DIY wedding invitation kits – how fun! 

CALL 0439 846 815

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Wish Boutique Stationery

Newcastle, NSW

Wish Boutique Stationery is run by Ashleigh whose priority is to tailor make a wedding invite that is a perfect fit for you!

Wish specialise in custom creations and are proficient in all the varied methods that can be used to create beautiful wedding stationery. Their bespoke printed wedding invites reveal an all-new level of beauty employing state-of-the-art digital, foil and letterpress artisan machinery. They also do wood-printed wedding invitations with laser-cut designs and embossed text.

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Mok Design and Craft

Newcastle, NSW

For wedding invitations created just for you, the graphic designers at MOK Design and Craft are the perfect fit. Their specialty lies in designing botanical wedding invitations with floral accents and romantic lettering printed on textured stock, something that is hard not to love!

They can assist with all your wedding stationery needs right from invites to menus to place cards— really MOK Design and Craft is a one-stop shop for all your wedding stationery.

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What Wedding Invitation Stationery Do We Need To Consider For Our Wedding?

Novices to the wedding field might think that all the wedding stationery you need are the wedding invitations. However, the reality is far from simple. Wedding stationery involves a wide array of paper-based items which are just as important as your wedding invitations.


 Before the wedding: 

These mainly involve the different wedding invitation sets that you will have to coordinate to formally invite your loved ones to celebrate different events of your wedding day with you.

  • Save the date wedding invitations 

This is most often the first wedding invitation set that you will send out. A save the date wedding invitation is most often sent well in advance of the actual wedding invitation. It is one of those ways to ensure that your loved ones clear up their schedule on the day of, to spend your special day with you! Unlike the traditional wedding invitation, this doesn’t go into as much detail and usually just has a cute couple picture with the wedding date on it.

  • Bridal shower invitations

The bridal shower and/or hens’ night is a big deal to celebrate the bride before her big day. While most bridal showers are mostly a day planned by the mother of the bride or bridesmaids, these days they are sometimes planned by the bride herself. In these cases, bridal shower invitations are a must-do to round up your closest friends. Your invitation could be created to match the theme of the event – elegant, floral, hot pink or in the case of hens’ nights in particular, a little raunchy – it’s all your call!

  • Wedding invitation 

Finally, it’s time to send out those wedding invitations to your friends and family. These invitations detail out everything from the location to the timings of the different ceremonies.

  • Wishing well invitations

The wishing well invitation is usually included with your main invitation and is a wedding-friendly donation box of sorts, to put it simply. This is vastly different from the traditional gift giving practice and some people even prefer it. It does away with the stress of your wedding guests having to look for a wedding gift for you and money seems to be the easiest gift to both give and receive as it allows you to get what you really need, hep with wedding costs or pay for parts of the honeymoon or a house deposit.

  • Bridesmaids invitations 

You want your best girls to be by your side come the “I Do’s” and these days its become a bit of a tradition to ask them in a special way to be a part of the big day. Don’t your girls deserve something a little better than the wedding invitation you’re distributing to everyone else? The bridesmaid’s invitation is more of a gesture and can be anything from a simple card asking them to be in your bridal party or more extravagant like a beautiful gift box. There are millions of creative and heart-warming ideas online on how you could invite your best friends to one of the most memorable days of your life.


 On the wedding day:

  • Wedding order of service

If you’re someone who likes playing by the book, the wedding order of service is a way to literally do that on your wedding day. These printed booklets with the wedding itinerary on it are a great way to keep your guests in the loop of how things are to happen that day. And you can design it to best match your theme too! It will help your guests understand whose who – from the bridal party and parents to those doing reading or special part of your ceremony. It also allows them to follow along or join in readings if necessary and is especially useful in church ceremonies where guests may not know the protocol for responses etc.

  • Table name cards 

Name place cards are one of the stationery items that you cannot forgo at a wedding. They are an organised way to ensure that your guests adhere to your seating plans with minimal confusion and a special momento for them of their time at your wedding.

  • Wedding favour tags 

And finally, as your guests leave after the fun evening, the wedding favour goodie bags must have a parting note from the now married couple! Wedding favour tags can have cute poems extending your gratitude to the guests for having attended your wedding.


 After the wedding day:

  • Wedding thank you cards 

Extend the gratitude a little further by sending back cards thanking guests who left you presents or wishing well contributions and helped you on your special day.

How To Choose A Wedding Invitation Style To Suit Your Theme?

It is not uncommon to feel slightly overwhelmed by the dizzying array of options for wedding invitations. The best wedding invitations usually closely adhere to the wedding theme – it begins with the invites and ends at the wedding thank you cards!

Wedding Invitation Style

Be it the trusty vintage, rustic, country-style wedding invitations or a modern style, elegant wedding invitation, there are so many choices in every category. While some people prefer keeping it classic with these styles with minimalist wedding invitations, there are many others who aren’t afraid to experiment with unique and funny wedding invitations too. Another idea is to get the invite to match your wedding location – tropical beach or fun boho wedding invitations are great examples of this. Personalised wedding invitations are a possibility you could explore too.

Next comes the type

Laser cut, embossed, letterpress, watercolour, acrylic, gold foil, floral, vellum or photo wedding invitations – all hold a magic of their own. If you have the budget, consider investing in something that’s handmade and bespoke.

When it comes to size, wedding invitation sizes could range from passport-sized wedding invitations or pocket wedding invitations to larger ones which are not as popular nowadays.

Don’t be shy to experiment with colour – from classic black and white to rustic rose gold and burgundy wedding invitations, it can all be done!

How To Get Affordable Wedding Invitations?

If you’re on a budget and have to still finalise your wedding invitations and thank you cards, fret not! Without much research, you may hold the opinion that wedding invitation printing is a costly affair but in reality, affordable wedding invitation packages do exist.

We believe that even if it is a cheap wedding invitation you’re after, it must not look like it is. One way to keep wedding invitations affordable is to get a wedding invitation and stationery package – this will include budget-friendly wedding invitations along with other things like order of service booklets, wedding menus, thank you cards and wishing well inserts. Now, if you really want to save your money, add meaning to your invites and get artsy with it, some businesses offer affordable DIY wedding invitation kits. Give them a look and a try!

Deciding whether to do a traditional paper or online wedding invitation?

In this time and age where everything is moving to a digital presence, wedding invitations and thank you cards are also heading towards switching up their identity online.

It’s a more environmentally-responsible option to go paperless with wedding invitations online, your guests won’t lose their invite and it can save heaps of money in printing and mailing costs.

In addition to online wedding invitations, save the date and wedding rsvp can be made into an online format too.

Nowadays, wedding websites are a common way for a couple to keep wedding guests updated with your save the dates, events and everything related to your big day.

One tip though would be to password protect your website so you don’t end up releasing your valuable personal information to the entire world. You can send all your friends and family the password when you give them the website link!

On the flip side, traditional paper invites can be a keepsake for years to come, and tend to be more personal. In our opinion, you just can’t beat the tradition and elegance of a beautifully designed wedding invitation set, personally addressed to each guest. Call us hopeless romantics!