PERSONALISED NEWSLETTERS

Add a personal touch to your wedding day, baby's arrival or a birthday celebration.

Wedding newsletters are a new trend, gaining in popularity as bridal couples seek to add a personal touch to their wedding day. They help to keep family and friends informed, as well as introducing the families. Now you too can make headlines!

I create each personalised wedding newsletter, tailored to your specific needs. Some of the contents include how the couple met, maps to the ceremony and reception venue, information for out-of-town guests, photos and more. Each wedding newsletter is unique - every bridal couple has their own story to tell. You can choose to have your wedding newsletter in a particular style - elegant, modern, funky, etc... Each wedding newsletter is completely personalised - including the newsletter name. I don't use one template for all newsletters but create a new one for each couple.

Personalised wedding newsletters can be sent out in the build-up to the big day, or handed out on the day itself. Some couples use them in place of guest favours.

Prices are based on the type of newsletter you choose, the number of pages, the type of paper used, and the amount of newsletters printed. After payment of a deposit, I send you a questionnaire which I will use as a basis for creating your very own wedding newsletter. As I work on your newsletter, I stay in touch with you throughout. A minimum of 12 weeks is required from the time you receive the questionnaire to receiving your wedding newsletters. Rush orders will incur an additional charge.

I can create your personalised wedding newsletter for you, no matter where you live - as long as you have access to e-mail and/or courier services. Deliveries world-wide.

Below are the front pages of two wedding newsletters.



I also create New Baby newsletters to introduce your baby to friends and family. Personalised newsletters can also be created for birthdays, anniversaries, Mother's Day, and other occasions.
E-mail me to discuss your specific needs.