24 February 2020

The Best Wedding Invitation And Stationery Designers In Brisbane

Does the wedding celebration begin when he pops the question or when you mail your first wedding invitations out? It's hard to say. Perhaps it all begins the night you realise how much you love one another. As you look for creative ways to celebrate your union in your unique style, it's important to let the things that characterise you as a couple shine through. Beautiful wedding stationery in Brisbane is the perfect way to set the tone for your wedding and personalise your day.

Whether you're lovers of all things vintage or rustic-country enthusiasts, any one of the five stationers below will capture your essence as a couple and deliver a frame-worthy finished product. Ready to talk all things typography and paper? Get excited; this is our comprehensive list of Brisbane’s best wedding invitations businesses.


These artisans run a lovely design and letterpress studio in Brisbane, and it's easy to get lost in their photo gallery. We particularly love one of their designs; they handcrafted it for a couple named Alex & Maj. It features rose gold foil on beautifully textured grey paper.

A wedding invitation card on a pink background. The card has metallic gold text with the names "Alex and Mai" in cursive at the top. Below, event details are included, such as date, venue, and a website. A small heart icon is printed in the bottom right corner.

They had another client, Emily & CJ, who were married at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney. Their custom wedding invitations featured a navy blue and gold botanical theme in holographic foil - amazing.

A set of purple wedding invitations with gold lettering, featuring the names "Emily & CJ" and the wedding date "11th August 2020." The invitations have intricate floral and geometric designs around the edges. A sprig of dried leaves is placed next to them.

We've also seen them create vintage wedding invitations, postcard designs, art deco designs - taking us back to the Golden Age, floral illustrations - making our heads swirl in the beauty of it all, and so much more.

Neisha and her team are efficient too! Turnaround times vary anywhere from seven days to four weeks. It depends on the amount of work required, how many wedding invitations and stationery items you need, and the chosen print method. Foil takes longer than digital, given the intricacy of the art. Still, you'll be pleased as punch with these guys; their photo gallery alone proves it!


Now, here's a cute name. And the folks over at Little Peach are as lovely as their name implies. They get a kick out of meeting with their clients to develop their ideal product and they mean it! At Little Peach Co, the staff becomes your friend during this exciting time.

A wedding invitation with an ornate gold floral design at the top. The text reads: "You are cordially invited to celebrate the wedding of Amy Marie Henderson and Richard James Willis. Saturday, March 21, 2015, at St Stephen’s Chapel, Brisbane. Reception to follow.

If you're sold on letterpress, then these may be your guys. That's their specialty and they embrace the good ol' fashioned process. The team will work closely with you to design one-of-a-kind wedding invitations and stationery to match the theme of your wedding.

So, what's your theme? If you're looking for something unique and amazing, speak to them about handcrafting unique invitations, asking friends to come and enjoy what's sure to be the best night of your life.


D&D Letterpress has a unique, antique-ish vibe to their work and they're serious lovers of typography. We've seen some gorgeous luxe stationery comes out of their doors for our Gabbinbar Homestead weddings. And, like all these wedding invitations designers in Brisbane, their range of papers to choose from are swoon-worthy.

A close-up of a navy blue wedding invitation with elegant gold script. The names "Stephane & Ernesto" are prominently featured in the center, with additional wedding details written above and below the names. The invitation rests on a smooth, grey surface.

Their popular packages are highly affordable and best of all they offer some pretty special golden edge gilding designs. Of course, you'll find yourself getting lost in all their hot foil designs, too. Be sur top check out some of their gold stencil work before you land on your final decision!


The Line Letterpress lives for the details. Actually, the owner, Dani, learnt her craft on a restored 1940s Arab platen press - no cutting corners here. Shortly thereafter, she found a Chandler & Price press in Brisbane, snatched it up without a second thought, and started creating beautiful letterpress stationery under her label - The Line.

All her artistry is printed on this antique letterpress treasure and the final product will reflect her careful attention to detail. If you're aiming for a clean and simple look to welcome friends and family to share in your special moment, then The Line may be the one for you.

A flat lay of wedding stationery and decor on a speckled surface. The set includes invitation cards, an envelope, and menu cards arranged aesthetically. Surrounding them are light pink flower buds and a flowy white fabric. The invitation reads "Reyna & Allen".

Production times vary, depending on the size and complexity of your order. Dani suggests reaching out a few months in advance for wedding invitations. Of course, rush orders are possible, but you might find you’ll be stretching your budget a little bit, so it pays to be organised. You can hop online to start the process by requesting a quote for invitations and let the beauty unfold from there!


Last but not least, is Brisbane Letterpress Printing by Enklo. The original letterpress providers, who have been in operation for 50-years, create bespoke letterpress and designs for their clients. Kevin and his team will tailor their service to you so that you can fall in love with your custom made stationery.

A close-up of a wedding invitation with elegant silver cursive text. The top portion features stylized names in large, flowing script, while the bottom portion includes details about the date, time, venue, and additional wedding information in smaller, simple print.

Enklo are able to combine the skills and tradesmanship of old-style letterpress with conventional lithographic printing and digital printing, which means their designers are able to create wedding invitation cards for your every need.

They offer a personal service and will work closely with you to bring the vision for your wedding stationery to life. Using a range of techniques and printing styles they can also work with a range of budgets!