or leave the details to me
The options are endless when it comes to wedding stationery: inserts, envelopes, printing processes- the list seems unending! That’s where I come in. I’ll guide you through each choice, offering suggestions and expert advice every step of the way.
You can choose to be blissfully unaware of all the tiny details and trust me to hand everything. Or you can be a well informed collaborator on each aspect. The extent of your involvement in the design process is completely up to you!
- you already know exactly what you want
- too many choices overwhelm you
- you would rather be reading a good book
- you’re great at delegating tasks
- your to-do list is already overflowing
Delegate away! That's what I'm here for.SCHEDULE A CONSULT
- reading the instruction manual is a must
- your to-do list is color coded
- technical terms are your love language
- you confidently mix and match your wardrobe
- you’re not afraid to improvise while cooking
Ready to nerd out with some stationery terms? Keep reading!SCROLL DOWN FOR ALL THE DETAILS
From the time-honored technique of letterpress to modern flat printing, I partner with the finest printers to ensure your stationery is impeccably crafted. Not sure which style to choose? I’m here to offer suggestions that will perfectly suit your style and desired investment.
You can (and are encouraged to) mix printing styles within your suite. For example, choose foil stamping for the invitation and letterpress printing for the inserts. Or combine foil stamping with a watercolor background in flat printing.COMPARE ALL PRINTING STYLES
PAPERS & ENVELOPES
Paper is the foundation of your invitation suite. Choose from traditional bright white and off white, or if you are looking for something unique, I’m always happy to seek out the perfect fit for your stationery.browse paper & envelope colors
Signature Banter & Charm wedding invitations and save the dates are 5”x7” (also know as “A7” size). Prefer something bigger or unique? Oversized invitations (5.5” x 8.5”, aso referred to as “Royalty” size) and square invitations are also available.
The A7 size is also used for large insert cards, programs, dinner menu cards, and table numbers. Insert cards are available in A6 size, A2 size, 4bar size, and mini size (business card sized). The 2“ square size can be used as a seal or favor tag, and the 9.25”x3.875” size is a favorite for programs and menus.What cards do I need?
DIE CUT SHAPES
Add a unique finish to your stationery with a die cut shape! A custom die is used to trim the paper into various shapes. There is an additional cost for die cutting. Banter & Charm’s signature options are shown below, but custom shapes are available.
Banter & Charm offers guest addressing in flat printing and hand calligraphy. How will you address your envelopes?VIEW ENVELOPE ADDRESSING TIPS
Add a pop of color, a fun pattern, a vintage floral illustration, or even a map of the state where your wedding will be!
Liner patterns can also be used for backers and belly bands.SOLID COLORS PATTERNS VINTAGE FLORAL + MAPS WATERCOLOR + ABSTRACT
KEEPING IT TOGETHER
Looking for a way to keep all the pieces of your invitation suite together? Wrap it up with a belly band or folder, or even add a pocket- the perfect place to slip those little insert cards.
Looking for something you don't see here? Just ask! I love experimenting with new materials and processes!BELLY BANDS VELLUM WRAPS POCKET FOLDERS SILK RIBBON
REAL WEDDING INSPIRATION
Having a hard time picturing how it will all come together? See how previous brides have customized their wedding invitations in the portfolio.
Love what you see? Take any look and make it yours in a few simple steps.GET INSPIRED
Looking for the perfect finishing touch? Top off your invitation with a custom wax seal, or add a monogram tag to your belly band. Want to add an extra pop of color? Paint the edges of your stationery in metallic gold, silver, or even bright pink! Layer a piece of colored cardstock behind your invitation so it stands out from the rest of the suite.
Looking for something you don't see here? Just ask! I love experimenting with new materials and processes!WAX SEALS EDGE PAINTING LAYERS TAGS