How to get in touch

If you have any questions or queries please get in touch. The easiest and quickest way to get hold of us is to send us an email or message using the form below.

Our standard delivery is priced at just £5.00 and all our stationery items are sent securely packaged.

Our typical working hours are: Monday to Friday – 9.00am – 3.00pm. We deliver to the whole of the UK, and have home studios in Hampshire:

Fareham Studio`
12 Bronte Gardens, PO15 7LF
Tel: 0333 335 0560

Andover Studio
8 Blueberry Gardens, SP10 3XD
Tel: 0333 335 0560

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About Cupid Cards

Cupid Cards was founded by Graphic Designers Sarah Jacobs & Rachel Baker. We use the finest ribbon, embellishments, card stock and materials on all our wedding stationery products. We have been finalists at both the Wedding Industry Awards and The English Wedding Awards, receiving national recognition for our products and services. We also work with the QHotels Group,  and our on the day stationery is included within all the wedding packages at The 4 star Hampshire Court Hotel.

Excellent customer service is very important to us, and we take great pride in our reputation for providing a professional, efficient, friendly service and quality products.

 

Our Latest Reviews:
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“We received our invitations today and I just want to say a big thank you. They look amazing and you did them for us so professionally yet so quickly. I can’t wait for the feedback from our guests when they get them in the post this weekend, as they will start to get an idea of our wedding theme and colours and the invitations are a perfect representation of the style we want to convey throughout our wedding”

Wedding Invitations West Sussex

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