Thinking of making your own wedding stationery or jewellery? Check out these cool websites for ideas and inspiration...

For super-quick, simple-to-make invitations, save-the-date cards, place names etc, Moo (moo.com) is perfect. Just choose what type of stationery you want to make, upload an image (or go for one of its own designs), add your text and hit "order". Sixteen note cards cost £16.99; 25 invitation cards are £20.99.

Creative Moments (your-creativemoments.co.uk) is a great one-stop shop for jewellery making and craft supplies - everything from textured paper to beads, paper flowers and Swarovski crystals is available. It also runs fab workshops where you can learn how to make your own stationery and jewellery. You can choose one-to-one tuition but I reckon the jewellery-making hen party sounds like brilliant fun. The two-hour classes, for six to 14 people, will set you back £12-£18. They're held at its Somerset workshop, but the team can arrange workshops at other venues (call for prices).

If you've got a bit more time, Nude Jewellery (nudejewellery.co.uk) runs six-week jewellery-making courses - great for brides thinking of making bridesmaid gifts and wedding jewellery. You can start from scratch or update existing jewellery. The course is £220 and includes any silver used - you'll need to pay for other materials.