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WEDDING VENUE ILLUSTRATIONS ON WEDDING STATIONERY

Wedding stationery isn’t just about letting your guests know the details of your wedding day. It’s an opportunity to show your guests an idea of what to expect in a stylish way, which reflects you as a couple.


At LouPaper I create wedding stationery in collections. Each collection includes a save the date and wedding invitation, the on the day stationery such as table names or numbers, guest place names, wedding menus, order of services, vow booklets and signage such as welcome signs, table plans and as many small or large signs as you require for your wedding day!


Each wedding stationery collection is fully customisable to the colours and style of your day. Think of the collections as a great starting point! I have a range of finishing touches available which include wax seals, bespoke monograms but today on the blog I’m focusing on wedding venue illustrations.


Having a wedding venue illustration added to your wedding stationery is a gorgeous personal touch and provides a wonderful keepsake too. The Ellie wedding stationery collection features a wedding venue illustration example combined with calligraphy and a traditional design.


I have lots of examples of where wedding venue illustrations have been added to wedding invitations. Here’s an illustration of wedding venue Millbridge Court in white was added to a wedding invitation on a dusky pink card.

A wedding invitation with white text and a wedding venue illustration on dusky pink card

Lucie Watson Photography


Here’s a gorgeous pastel wedding invitation with a wedding venue illustration for Summer and Sean, styled with Summer’s wedding perfume and shoes.

A wedding invitation with a wedding venue illustration and calligraphy on pastel card

Bristol Wedding Photographer


Many couples opt for one of the wedding stationery collections for their wedding however I do also offer a bespoke stationery service. This invitation was a bespoke design for a Provence wedding featuring a watercolour venue painting on the envelope to accompany the calligraphy, monograms, floral details and letterpress printing.

A wedding invitation with a watercolour venue painting on the envelope to accompany the calligraphy, monograms, floral details and letterpress printing.

Anneli Marinovich


When it comes to the wedding day itself, a wedding illustration can be added to on the day stationery such as an order of service. For Amanda and Jack’s order of service I added an illustration of their church on the front cover.

An order of service with calligraphy and a wedding venue illustration

Natalie J Watts


The venue illustration can be used across lots of the different wedding stationery. For this wedding menu I designed with a venue illustration above the gold calligraphy and watercolour foliage illustration around the edges, for a cohesive look with the rest of the wedding stationery with the pretty foliage illustration.

A wedding menu designed with gold calligraphy, a black wedding venue illustration and a watercolour foliage illustration around the edges.

The wedding illustration can be added to larger signage on the day too. A popular choice is to add the illustration to welcome signs. Here’s a few examples…. firstly, for Hannah and Jack, with a white venue illustration and calligraphy on a watercolour burgundy background.

A welcome sign with a white wedding venue illustration and calligraphy on a watercolour burgundy background.

Secondly, a venue illustration in black on white card with elegant gold calligraphy for Hannah and Tom’s big day.

A welcome sign with a wedding venue illustrated in black on a white background and gold calligraphy.

Matthew Lawrence


Thirdly, Rebecca and Michael had their wedding venue illustrated in white on a navy-blue background for their welcome sign.

A welcome sign with a wedding venue illustrated in white on a navy-blue background placed on a wooden easel.

Jonny MP Photography


The wedding illustration can even be added to a table plan! Here’s one in white on a pale blue table plan.

A wedding table plan with a wedding venue illustration in white on the bottom of a pale blue table plan.

Rosie Davidson

Personalised Wedding Stationery

I hope this helps with some ideas for how you can incorporate a venue illustration into your wedding stationery. There are other finishing touches you can consider adding to wedding stationery too, have a browse of the LouPaper website here.


Please get in touch here if you have any questions or would like to enquire about personalised wedding stationery. I’d love to hear from you!

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