Bold and Beautiful Wedding Stamps to Personalise Your Special Day

Impress your guests and give your wedding stationery that extra special touch by decorating it with one of these amazing wedding stamps


If you want to give your wedding a personal touch, consider literally putting your own ‘stamp’ on the big day.


From jazzing up your wedding invites to personalising your favour tags at the reception, wedding stamps have endless uses and are a really simple yet effective way to give your wedding stationery a unique feel.

From save the date stamps to cute and quirky picture designs, we rounded up some of our favourite ever wedding stamps along with some expert tips.


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We’re in love with this whimsical save the date stamp from English Stamp Company. It would be the perfect way to give your guests a teaser of an unusual wedding theme with an Alice in Wonderland twist.


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For a classic way to personalise your save the dates, this beautifully simple stamp from Stomp Stamps would give your stationery an elegant touch. Stamp on the envelopes to really wow your guests when they receive it in the post.


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If you want complete control over personalising your invitations, opt for this amazing alphabet stamp set from Wedding in a Teacup. Not only do you get every individual letter on a high quality, wooden stamp, it all comes nicely presented in a stunning tin.


If you’re going for a relaxed wedding day and a gorgeous Grecian wedding dress, then you need this botanical stamp from English Stamp Company on your planning wish list. There are so many different uses for this monogrammed stamp – you could use it to decorate the invitations or to personalise the stationery at your reception. Plus you can carry on using it after the wedding too.


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We love vintage wedding invitations with a retro, airmail look and this Par Avion stamp set would be the perfect addition to this stationery theme. The wedding stamps are available from Wedding in a Teacup and the set features a selection of authentic postmark stamps. 


Nothing says good times better than one of our favourite ever wedding mottos: ‘Time to drink champagne and dance on the table’! So obviously we’re thrilled that Wedding in a Teacup have immortalised it in stamp form. Use it to decorate your save the dates, favour tags and bottle labels.


If you and your partner are opting for a traditional ceremony at a wedding venue with a chapel or at a nearby church, then this gorgeously detailed church stamp from Stomp Stamps would be the perfect addition to your wedding stationery


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Wedding stamps don’t necessarily have to be wordy – we love this butterfly stamp set from Wedding in a Teacup. They’d certainly give a sweet, decorative touch to your wedding place cards and favour tags. You’ll have to resist the urge to stamp them over absolutely everything though!


Another much loved wedding motto in stamp form – this ‘eat drink and be married’ stamp from Terbearco at Etsy would look amazing on your save the dates and wedding favours. We especially love the interesting mix of fonts and the sweet personalisation at the bottom.


If you’re a retro bride-to-be looking for vintage wedding favours, then how about this pretty love bird stamp set from Wedding in a Teacup? The set features 11 beautiful designs and there’s even an old-fashioned bird cage stamp – perfect if you plan to use the real thing as part of your reception table décor


If you want to seriously impress your guests by dropping them a glitzy invitation through their letterbox, then take a look at this luxe address stamp from Stomp Stamps. This amazing stamp features a pretty, modern font and you can even add a gold foil kit to your order to give your stationery the Midas touch.


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If you loved the earlier botanical stamp we featured from English Stamp Company, then you’re sure to adore their dreamy Grecian style stamp. Personalise with your names and wedding date and choose an ink pad from the extensive range of colours – there’s even silver, copper and bronze if you want to add an on trend metallic look.


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Everyone will be feeling the love at your upcoming wedding, so make sure you set the mood for your day by stamping the invitations using the Loved-Up set from Wedding in a Teacup. Featuring 15 assorted stamps with a selection of cute slogans and images, this set has so many uses. 


Give your invitations an air of refinement and class with this personalised monogram stamp from Stomp Stamps. The ornate design is a lovely way to customise your wedding stationery, plus the stamp would be ideal for when you go to write your wedding thank you cards too.


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If you and your partner are a pair of avid travellers and plan to give your day an exotic twist, then this giraffe stamp from Bloomfield & Rolfe would go wonderfully with your invitations. We love the unique aspect of this stamp and the exquisite attention to detail which your guests will be blown away by.


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Give your wedding thank you cards a customised touch with this wooden ‘thank you’ stamp by Ink & Ocean – it’ll show your guests the extra time and effort you’ve put in to show your appreciation. The stamp is the ideal size for placing on your envelopes and the circular, hand-drawn pattern is so eye catching.


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If your day has a nautical twist or you’re getting married at a seaside wedding venue, then this swooping swallow stamp from Wedding in a Teacup is sure to be a fitting addition to your wedding stationery. Did you know that swallows also represent love, affection and loyalty? 


Continuing on with the nautical theme, how about this sea themed stamp from English Stamp Company? We love the bold font and you can even choose between a swallow, a knot, a shell or an anchor as the centre logo. Decorate your invitations with this stamp if you’re announcing a beach wedding.


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This customised stamp from Bloomfield & Rolfe is a seriously stylish way to create your very own monogrammed invitations. Your guests will adore the curly font and arty design of the stamp. You could use this one for pretty much any part of your wedding – save the dates, favour tags, thanks you cards or even to add to personalised wedding favours.


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Who says stamps have to be small and subtle? Stamp your name proudly for all to see with this pretty save the date stamp from Bloomfield & Rolfe. We love the handmade look of the stamp and the super romantic heart motif – your wedding invites will look nothing short of amazing!


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We love the elegant simplicity of this ‘Mr & Mrs’ stamp from Wedding in a Teacup. It has so many uses so stamp it wherever you wish on your wedding stationery. The stamp’s font also gives off a sophisticated, retro vibe – we can imagine it fitting in with a roaring 20s wedding with art deco invitations and a fabulous 1920s wedding dress.


This beautiful hand drawn wedding stamp by Ink & Ocean is making our hearts skip a beat with its ever so pretty design. This chic stamp arrives in its own linen bag and is a lovely way to decorate your save the dates. If you’re including lots of floral wedding ideas in your day then this stamp is a must.


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Bold, stylish and impossible to miss, this square stamp from Wedding in a Teacup will really make your wedding invitations pop. Use it to decorate the envelopes or to create save the date reminder tags for your invitation set.


Spread the love with this highly romantic stamp from English Stamp Company. Not only will it make your invitations that bit more special, the script style font is very contemporary and just the thing for a modern, on trend wedding. Use a contrasting colour on the heart such as pink, gold or silver to make the stamp stand out even more.


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This chic stamp from Stomp Stamps nails understated elegance to perfection. The beautiful calligraphy gives the stamp a handwritten feel – the ideal way to put a finishing flourish on a DIY wedding invitation


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Say it loud and clear with this thoughtful wedding stamp from Wedding in a Teacup which features a bold and unmissable font. It would certainly add something extra special to a plain wedding favour box and even comes with a high quality ink pad too.


If you’re going to the extra effort of making homemade wedding favours for your guests, finish off your gifts with this striking ‘with love’ stamp from Ink & Ocean – they’re guaranteed to love it. The script style font is irresistible and the addition of hand drawn swallows make this contemporary stamp a real winner in our eyes.


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If you admired the previous stamp but fancy something a bit more understated, then you’re sure to adore this design from Wedding in a Teacup. It’s a must if you’re a fan of the classic font on their ‘Mr & Mrs’ and ‘thank you’ stamps, also featured here. The smaller size of this dainty stamp makes it ideal for adding subtle personalised touches to your stationery.


Finally, we couldn’t resist including this circular save the date stamp from Divine Stamps. The mix of fonts work so well together and we love the romantic addition of a cupid’s bow through the middle. Your guests are sure to admire the on trend look of this stamp – it’s a must for a fashion forward couples.


Top Tips For the Perfect Stamp

First things first, it’s important to master using your wedding stamp. After all, you’ll be kicking yourself if you waste time and money ruining your precious wedding invitations with silly mistakes! We spoke to Jon Dorey from English Stamp Company to get his top tips:

Start small – “If you’re not confident enough to go down the DIY invitations route, little stamps can add a lovely embellishment to the edges of pre-printed invites, favours and envelopes to give it that unique finish.”

Make the most of your stamp – “As well as invitations, we also make favour stamps, monogram stamps, order of service stamps, RSVP stamps and ones for thank you cards to name but a few.”

Get creative – “We are so fortunate that our customers are happy to share their photos and we have seen it all – people have stamped pebble place settings, seed packets for favours, bunting fabric, table runners, napkins and even balloons. The possibilities are endless.”

Be ink savvy – “Our VersaFine ink pads are great for fine detail so we often recommend these for wedding stamps and ones with lots of text. VersaCraft ink pads are permanent on natural fabrics and Stazon ink can be used on balloons, plastics and glass if you want to get seriously creative.”

Let it dry – “Inks should dry quickly depending on the surface you are stamping on to, but it’s best to clear your work station and set up a little production line so each piece of stationery is left to dry as you stamp the next.”


If you’re looking for unique stationery to pair with these amazing wedding stamps, take a look at these alternative wedding invitations for unconventional couples