Wedding Save The Dates from Paper Shaker

Wednesday, 27 November 2013
So, if your a regular you may have spotted the odd few wedding related posts up on the blog. I'm so excited about our wedding but a little too organised for a wedding which isn't happening until 2015. One thing we hadn't yet sorted was our 'Save The Dates' in fact we were thinking maybe its too late now so leave them. I was then given an opportunity from Paper Shaker to review a range from their website, when I discovered they do wedding stationary so opted for Save The Dates.

Paper Shaker is part of the PhotoBox company which is also part of MoonPig (I didn't know this) so is a well trusted brand. Personally I'd never heard of the brand before so did a bit of research. They do a range of Invitations, Cards, Birth Announcements and Wedding stationary, they also currently have their Christmas range in too.
'PaperShaker is dedicated to helping you create truly unique products to celebrate and share life’s most memorable moments. Passionate about what we do we’ve woven high-end design, quality and customer service into the heart of our brand – ensuring you receive professional products to be proud of'
The process of ordering is incredibly simple, you look through their stunning range of designs, select your choice, add your personalised touches, pay and await their arrival.
There was a choice of 23 designs for the Save The Date cards, and I eventually chose the 'Broadway Forever' style. The first thing that drew me to this design was the unusual slim flat style card, measuring 5.6cm x 19.5cm I found this unusual.
The process of personalisation is very simple to do. It's simple enough to change text, fonts and colours as well as the smaller designs upon the cards. Luckily for me I liked everything just the way it was, neutral styles so simply just changed the text.
When the invitations arrived, the quality of them was much better than I expected, they are thick with a glossy sheen on the front and come supplied with thick envelopes. I'm truly pleased with how they have turned out. I would definitely consider using PaperShaker for any future personalised stationary components.

Disclaimer: I received an account credit to order these items, all views and opinions are my own and not influenced.

1 comment

  1. Dreamy post Zoe...although I've not got a wedding in the near future I still enjoyed looking. My own wedding was on a strict budget but we're still together after 34 years! So something must have been right! ;D



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