Paperless Wedding

paperless wedding | Bonjour Bride

This week is National Stationery Week and by now you’ll know I love everything to do with pretty paper! So I’ve been chatting to lots of lovely suppliers to find out about the different options available to you when it comes to sorting out your wedding invitations. First up is Emma from Paperless Wedding who spoke to me about the benefits and services they can offer. They have some great themes available and are always adding great designs for you to choose from. Over to you Emma…

Paperless Wedding | Bonjour Bride

Eco Friendly paperless wedding

By using Paperless Wedding you’ll be helping to save trees and reduce carbon emissions by sending everything to your guests via email. All those extra bits of paper you get in invitations can be displayed on your dedicated wedding website and updated whenever you want – right up to the wedding day itself. You can manage everything in one place – who’s invited, who’s replied and accepted, your gift list and so much more…

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On a Budget

Paperless Wedding offer all couples free save the dates. Our packages are £50 for a website only (this means you can send paper invitations through someone else if you want) but still include your web address and password details on them. Alternatively, for only £80 you can buy a full package of email invitations and website – that includes unlimited emails!

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Destination Weddings

Through your Paperless Wedding website you can organise everything from flights to accommodation for your destination wedding. We’ve found that couples really like the option to add questions to their RSVP’s, it really helps with planning. Plus the ‘Reminder’ function means you can email your guests with details in real time about the day.

If you want to find out more about the wonderful themes and services Paperless Wedding can offer you, take a look at their website for more details.

Sarah x

This post isn’t sponsored – I just want to spread the word of wonderful suppliers, and would never ever promote anything I didn’t truly love.


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