Wedding Stationery

Lovely Letterpress

Julia Smith


Here at Brides Up North I love a classic wedding invitation.  Stiff white card with foil edges, lined

envelopes and lovely letterpress fonts all add to the excitement of a really great gathering. 




One of the best designers of invitations of this ilk is The Letterpress of Cirencester, which via the world wide web and its Northern stockists, is available to Brides Up North. 


A recommended supplier in Tatler’s Guide to the Season, The Letter Press specialises in traditional high quality wedding stationery.  They offer a full bespoke service, covering engagement announcements,wedding and evening invitations, reply cards, orders of service, menus, place cards and thank you cards.


Absolute heaven for a stationery fan like me!


Check out some of my favourite designs below.  Classy doesn’t have to mean traditional or stuffy. In addition, The Letter Press are able to add to or adapt any of their designs to provide a unique finished look using decorative motifs, borders or ribbons, different ink or typefaces.



De Courcy

New York



Park Avenue


You can find The Letter Press for your Real Wedding via the following stockists Up North:


North East

F1PCD Ltd, Gateshead

John Lewis , Newcastle Upon Tyne


North West

Hoopers, Wilmslow

John Lewis, Cheadle

John Lewis, Liverpool

John Lewis, Trafford Centre

Precious Moments, Wirral

Paper Pixies, Wigan


Yorkshire & Humberside

Linda M Abrahams, Leeds

Claridges, Helmsley

F B Jesper & Sons Limited, Harrogate

John Lewis, Sheffield

Moving Stationery, Marton Cum Grafton

Signatures of York, York


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