Printed on high quality paper or parchment, scrolls make a wonderfully different and unique form of invite. They can be made to look either modern or historic in appearance, sealed with either ribbon or wax and enclosed in a box or tube. Like a 'message in a bottle', scrolls will also be something that guests will really remember. Depending upon the materials used, you should find that they are cheaper than their 'message in a bottle' counterparts but perhaps more expensive than traditional card based stationery.
Food glorious food! We all love chocolate so what better way than to get some stationery made of the stuff? Again, an ideal invite, but also a very good place card or thank-you card, chocolate stationery is a recent phenomenon that really has taken off. Plain chocolate pieces can either be inscribed on, iced up, foil wrapped and covered in a decorative paper with words. Alternatively, a number of companies are now offering couples the ability to inset a photograph in white chocolate -when held up to the light, the original photograph will be revealved in full chocolate splendour!
Chocolate stationery is not as expensive as you may think, and depending upon quantity and type ordered you could be looking at anywhere between a few pence and a few pound per item. The major benefit of chocolate stationery is that unlike other forms, this really does taste truly scrumptious (try eating an old birthday card to compare the taste if you donít believe us!).