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If you’re currently planning your big day, chances are you want to make sure it’s a unique wedding where everyone has a good time and no one forgets how special a time it was. There are lots of ways you can do this from choosing a surprising venue to wearing a dress that’s a total one-off, but it is fair to say that a unique wedding starts with the invitations.

How do you make your wedding invitations unique? There are endless options, but here are a few good ones to get you started:


Go bespoke

Okay, so before we go any further, it goes without saying that if you want your wedding invitations to be unique, you can’t simply buy them off the shelf – you have to go bespoke and get creative, otherwise, you run the risk of doing the same thing that so many other couples have done before you.


Make the headlines

Instead of sending out a traditional invitation, why not create your own newspaper where you and your partner’s upcoming nuptials are the headlines? It’s a quirky way to announce the special day to friends and family.



Want to do something unexpected? Fold your wedding invitations into a delicate origami rose, dove or whatever shape happens to be the most meaningful to you and your partner.


Print it on a balloon

Have a bunch of balloons printed with all of the important information your guests need to know about and send them out in envelopes with the instruction “Blow me up for a nice surprise” and when your guests do just that, they will be presented with a one-of-a-kind wedding invitation that will stick in their mind!


Make your wedding invitation as unique as possible and your guests are sure to get excited for the big day!

Book your personal tour of Bredenbury Court Barns 

The team at Bredenbury Court are delighted to be hosting viewing days this coming Saturday 20th of July. We have a few appointments remaining and we would love to show you around this special, family-run business.

We can’t wait to meet you, email us or call us today to book your personal tour with one of our Event Managers. Alternatively, you can click the button below to book a viewing.