What’s the Difference?
The first time many couples meet me is at a wedding fayre. Choosing everything for your big day is a daunting prospect. With so many choices, it difficult to see the wood for the trees, so I hope what I’m about to do will take away a little of the confusion that leads to stressful wedding planning.
So, just what is the difference between Designer Stationery and Bespoke Stationery?
‘Designer’ may be known by several different names by different companies – it is basically ‘off-the-peg’ portfolio designs – as they are.
The following is an explanation of the physical differences between the two. Here at TOPIKKI the Designer range is a current collection of stationery designs. You may still customise it by changing the colour of ribbon, embellishment, card, paper or inserts (subject to availability).
These may be ordered directly via the website, email, or in person, providing a swatch of the colour you might want to match. Swatches of the available matches will be sent to you for approval before producing your order.
Bespoke designs are developed as a result of a consultation, where you, the bridal couple, discuss with me the ideas you have, then together coming up with some tentative ideas. I then go away and sample those ideas, you choose what you want, we tweak any changes and there you have a unique design that reflects your personalities and style.
I hope this helps to show you the differences between the two and you can now answer the question – ‘What’s the Difference?’ Please contact me if you need and further information. Happy wedding planning