Here at Girl Gets Wed, we just love all things boho, festival and free spirited, we also love rock n roll and heavy metal. This is why we think that Wedfest is such a wonderful fit for the blog and we can’t wait to showcase just a small selection of our favourite designs.
Hold on a minute, though, we hear you shout, who exactly are Wedfest? OK, time to spill the beans, Wedfest are the purveyors of some of the most hip, trendy, cool, quirky wedding stationery around. Now that’s quite an accolade, so what is it about Wedfest that we’re so taken with? Well, we admire their originality and the fact that Wedfest have done a brilliant job of appealing to couples looking for alternative wedding stationery.
Specialising in festival and rock ‘n’ roll themed wedding stationery, Wedfest’s chief operating mode is mega bright, fun and funky, and we’ll talk more about our favourite individual styles in a sec. Don’t be disappointed though if you’re on the look out for wedding stationery based around a softer colour palette as Webfest have a fantastic vintage and retro range which we’ll also explore.
No matter which style you choose, Wedfest supply all the individual stationery items you’ll need from save the date cards, invitations, wedding menus and table plans to order of service booklets, wedding lanyards, festival style wristbands and those all important thank you cards.
Wedfest Festival Inspired Stationery
With many couples are now choosing not to go down the traditional hotel reception route but instead having a festival themed wedding reception – outdoors, in a barn or marquee or even a tipee village, with built in overnight accommodation, then it’s no surprise that they’re looking for a suite of stationery to reflect this boho vibe.
Cue Wedfest’s brilliantly vibrant festival inspired stationery. We love these awesome invites to a high summer wedding.
And the festival mood is in full flow in this wedding invite and super practical but edgy running order sheet, great for keeping everyone informed of your big day events. Who said practical had to be boring?
You know we love colour, so these super bright invitations really float our boat.
How can you not be inspired to get up and party if you’re sent an invitation like one of these below – be my guest – yes please!
Any to totally ramp up the fun, what do you think of these festival lanyards? Such a fab upbeat way to make everyone feel welcome and included in your celebrations. It would be such a great photo opp to to have everyone wearing these. Such a modern take on the more staid group photo.
Wedfest Rock n Roll Inspired Stationery
At Girl Gets Wed we were born to Rock, music is our momentum, so when we saw these magnificent designs, we just had to get them in front of you as soon as we could.
Again, it’s not just the hard rock imagery that we love here but the wonderful use of saturated colour. Featuring a black and purple colour scheme with roses, a tattoo style heart and skull to give it the rock n roll edge, these invites set the scene for a full day of fun perfectly.
Who wouldn’t want a ticket to this gig/wedding?
Take a seat, we’d love to but not until we’ve taken in all the glorious detail of this ace table plan. Again, it’s yet another example that practical can be light years away from dull.
And take a look at table plan two – Guns n Roses – check, AC/DC – be my guest. And it’s our guess that once the tables are cleared, there was one heck of an after party at this wedding.
Wedfest Cinema Inspired Stationery
If festival and rock n roll themes aren’t your thing, that’s absolutely no problem, you can still be the stars of your own show with this cinema and movie themed wedding stationery.
Whether it’s vintage style invites like these you’re after.
Or how about this retro style table plan with all your guest names listed on the sides of a stash of 1980’s style VHS tapes. This could provoke some very interesting pre – dinner talk about which film you’d like to star in. Do yo fancy yourself as a Top Gun fighter pilot? or how about a spot of Dirty Dancing – now id that isn’t a cue for a great first dance, then we don’t know what is.
Credits for all images: Wedfest