Personalised Custom Made Wedding Stickers
Wow all of your guests on, before and after your big day with the personal touch of custom wedding stickers.
Put your names, initials, pictures or anything you fancy on stickers in any shape, size or material. Why not add a touch of romance and choose a custom heart-shaped sticker, be unique. Your design will be printed full colour in high quality. Multiple designs are available in each order so there are endless possibilities. Furthermore, you can order from as little as 25 labels, keeping the cost to a minimum.
Below are some creative ways you can use personalised wedding stickers:
- Wedding invitation seals.
- Wedding favour labels.
- Bridal shower invites.
- Table placeholders and decor.
- Thank you stickers.
- Goodie bag stickers.
- Personalised napkin holders.
- Wine labels and bottle seals.
- Candle Labels.
- Save the date calendar stickers.
You spend a huge amount of time planning everything about your wedding to the last detail. Let us take some of the stress away with one easy, affordable order and add a special touch to all your little extras on your big day!
Classy Finishes and Delightful Shapes
We provide an extensive range of materials and finishes for your wedding labels and stickers. Of course, plain matte white is a subtle and tasteful option but we have so many others that you could choose. Silver or gold are popular colour schemes chosen by brides and grooms as themes for their nuptials and we have three different finished materials for each; smooth satin, polished and brushed. We also have a slightly more understated option in Crystal Frost which is semi-opaque with a muted glittery silver characteristic that would look spectacular adorning the top table and accessorising the settings for all the guests.
What should I write on wedding stickers?
There are lots of messages that you could put on your wedding stickers to make your special day extra special. Some ideas include; save the date, the standard thanks for coming from Mr and Mrs Smith, RSVP yes or no or personalised wine bottle stickers.
Where to buy custom wedding stickers?
You can buy off the shelf wedding stickers and stationery from many retail outlets and online stores but for bespoke custom wedding stickers you need a professional printing service, look no further than Handy Labels.
What are wedding stickers made from?
Most wedding stickers are made from paper, it is inexpensive and will suit most jobs. Paper isn't the most durable but it will last well over a single day so it will normally be your go to choice. For more specialist uses like when you need transparency for a wine glass, vinyl would be the best choice.
What are some Wedding sticker ideas?
As weddings get more and more spectacular, there's always people trying to tread new ground for their nuptials. Some of the more novel ones we've seen are toast glass messages, hotel room door hangers, water bottle labels and removable hymn book markers.
What should I put in the wedding favours?
You should decide what to put in your wedding favour based on target audience and budget. A few love heart sweets are retro cool and nice and cheap, colouring books and pencils are always a hit with kids even if it just keeps them quiet for 20 minutes. At the other end of the scale, jewellery and trinkets are impressive but unnecessary.
What sort of sticker should I use for wedding toast glasses?
Technically, paper stickers would work but if you want transparency or other effects, vinyl is the way to go. Our Crystal Frost is a perfect combination of glittery shimmer and opaque, just to top the toast off perfectly.
What are wedding stickers?
Wedding stickers are a relatively new idea that has become more popular in recent years due to the comparatively cheap way you can get personalised and custom made stickers nowadays. Give your guest a personal message with custom stickers.
What are wedding favours?
Wedding favours are not a new invention. Party favours have been referred to in literature dating back to the middle ages and were traditionally made of sweets or sugared almonds, the almonds came in fives to represent fertility, longevity, wealth, health and happiness.
Where did the wedding favour tradition come from?
Party and wedding favours were first given in Europe and were called Bonbonniere. In more lavish celebrations they would be given in ornate boxes containing confectionery delicacies, this would ensure the wedding was a well attended affair.