Jack & Jess is a creative wedding and celebration stationery business. We design wedding invitations, cards to celebrate special occasion and wall prints to make your home look beautiful. Tailored to modern tastes, our stationery adds excitement and intrigue to those special days with carefully designed artwork and graphic typography. Jack & Jess is fuelled by the fun of crafting clever designs that will delight you and your favourite people.
From invitations and save the dates to seating plans, menus and table names, Jack & Jess create complete wedding stationery suites to compliment your theme, colour palette and venue. Printed on luxury card stock, our contemporary Pinterest-worthy stationery feels luxurious to the touch.
Creators of the original 'Wedding Cast List', Jack & Jess specialise in multi-page order of service booklets that include a snapshot and sentence about each of your daytime guests. This unique ice-breaker guarantees to get friends and family talking and is a treasured keepsake for years to come.
Dreaming of a personalised design that's uniquely yours? Talk to us about bespoke stationery at email@example.com or shop our ready-to-order-collections to order show-stopping stationery in a few simple steps.
Who are Jack & Jess?
Grandparents to our founder Ann Martin, Jack & Jess were a dashing couple. They married in 1939 (three days after the declaration of World War II) Jack and Jess spent just 24 hours together as newlyweds before being separated for 4 difficult years. After the war they were reunited and life returned to normal. A creative couple - Jack was a keen fisherman, furniture maker and Pipe Major for the Scouts and Jess spent her spare time playing the piano and loved musicals.
Celebrating over 50 years together, we think the warmth of their long and happy marriage is truly inspirational and rare in our ever-changing culture. Behind every Jack & Jess dseign is a celebration of their real life love story. Read more about Jack and Jess here and check out some more retro photos from their younger years.