Wedding Invitations

We have many beautiful and trendy invitations as well as tried and true classics and traditional designs to suit your needs.

Sort By Price (per 100):
Although most invitation prices are shown per 100, minimum quantities usually start at 25
: Woodland Antlers Invitation
Woodland Antlers Invitation designed by Flower and Vine
$179.00 per 100
: Glistening Florets Foil-Pressed Invitation
Glistening Florets Foil-Pressed Invitation designed by Little Lamb Design
$208.00 per 100
: Royalty
This invitation is unique yet classic with its square card and foil accents and border. It will have you feeling like royalty for your big day!
$862.00 per 100
: Watercolor Orchids Invitation
Watercolor Orchids Invitation designed by Tumbalina
$173.00 per 100
: Shimmering Elegance
The beauty of laser cutting is exhibited on this shimmering invitation of elegance.
$652.00 per 100
: Sumptuous Rose
A gold shimmer wrap with a laser-cut rose pattern encloses your invitation. Guests will love the intricate detail and won't be able to wait for your wedding!
$551.00 per 100
: Ecru Whisper
Your invitation wording is on a translucent paper and wrapped with ecru shimmer and mocha satin ribbon.
$359.90 per 100
: Dashing Greenery Invitation
A dashing silver foil embossed greenery design surrounds your wording on this beautiful wedding invitation. Your names in a script font standout.
$338.90 per 100
: White Florals and Barn
White Florals and Barn designed by Flower and Vine
$179.00 per 100
: Painted Poppies Wedding Invitation
Painted Poppies Wedding Invitation designed by Stacy Claire Boyd
$179.00 per 100
: Navy Deckle
A bride as sophisticated as you needs a wedding invitation equally as elegant. This navy deckled card is just what you are looking for!
$292.90 per 100
: Antique Lace
The antique lace shown on this invitation accents a classic, romantic touch.
$268.90 per 100
: Gorgeous Greenery Wedding Invitation
Gorgeous Greenery Wedding Invitation designed by Bonnie Marcus
$165.00 per 100
: Beautiful Greenery
Beautiful greenery decorates the front of this wedding invitation and highlights your names and wording.
$135.90 per 100
: Deckled in Gold
This ecru invitation with golden deckled edges will announce any occasion beautifully.
$231.90 per 100
: Love
Take aim for your perfect wedding style with this seal 'n send wedding invitation. The arrow design hits the mark perfectly.
$189.90 per 100
: Rustic Floral Wreath Invitation
Rustic Floral Wreath Invitation designed by Bonnie Marcus
$165.00 per 100
: Antique Affair
Show off your antique style with this beautifully designed seal 'n send. This design adds a unique flair to your wording.
$189.90 per 100
: Victorian Roses Invitation
Victorian Roses Invitation designed by Tumbalina
$173.00 per 100
: Rustic Beauty
Do you love the rustic look? Then this is the perfect invitation for you!
$213.90 per 100
: Lace Damask Edge Aqua Invitation
Lace Damask Edge Aqua Invitation designed by Sweet Pea Designs
$173.00 per 100
: Champagne Celebrations
Pop the champagne, you're getting married! Now you need the perfect invitation. This darling seal 'n send will get guests excited for your big day.
$189.90 per 100
: Elegant Bouquet Invitation
Elegant Bouquet Invitation designed by Bonnie Marcus
$165.00 per 100
: Cheri Amour Invitation
Cheri Amour Invitation designed by Stacy Claire Boyd
$179.00 per 100
: Kissed Petals Invitation
Kissed Petals Invitation designed by Tumbalina
$173.00 per 100
: Golden Impression Invitation
Couples will leave a lasting impression with this stunning wedding invitation featuring debossed lines in shimmering gold foil.
$253.90 per 100
: Paisley Leaf Invitation
Imaginative design and shimmering paper come together to create this gorgeous wedding invitation with paisley pattern leaves along the top.
$221.90 per 100
: Deco Monogram
Get an Art Deco look at an affordable price with this seal 'n send wedding invitation. Choose the ink color that matches your style.
$189.90 per 100

Following Up on Your Response Cards

Budgeting and planning for your wedding and your reception is a very time-consuming and potentially stressful process. Unfortunately, it can be made even more difficult when you are uncertain about the number of people who will actually show up.

According to most experts, anywhere from 7 to 10% of those who send back a response card indicating they will attend the wedding will not actually come. Further, about 20 to 30% of the people you invite will show up for the wedding, but not for the reception.

Despite the uncertainty regarding who will actually show up to the wedding and the reception, sending out response cards is the only way to estimate the number of people who will attend.

Therefore, if you do not receive reply cards from some of your guests by the reply date, you should feel free to give those guests a call in order to finalize your guest list and determine how much food and drink you will need for your big day.

Expressing Your Theme with Your Wedding Invitations

When selecting the style of your wedding invitation, it is important to select one that fits within the style of your wedding. This way, your wedding guests will have a clear understanding of the type of wedding you plan to have and how they should dress for the occasion.

If you are planning a formal wedding, for example, your wedding invitation should contain formal invitation wording and use formal print and colors. If you are having a beach wedding, on the other hand, a wedding invitation with a beach theme would be more appropriate.

In addition to choosing the proper style to reflect your wedding, it is also a good idea to include a note with your invitation in order to help your guests know how to dress.

If you are having an informal beach wedding or some other form of outdoor celebration, for example, you may encourage your guests to dress casually for the occasion. By selecting the right theme for your wedding invitation and telling your guests that type of wedding you are planning, it will be certain to be a memorable and fun occasion for everyone!

Addressing Your Wedding Invitation Envelope

When it comes to addressing the outer envelope of your wedding invitation, there are several rules of etiquette that you should follow. Knowing what rules to follow can get a bit confusing when it comes to inviting couples who are in special situations. When it comes to the traditional married couple with the same last name, for example, you should use abbreviated titles and full names. For example, you would write:


Mr. and Mrs. John Doe

When sending an invitation to a single person, you would follow the same rules. Therefore, your invitation might look like:

Mr. John Doe

Or

Ms. Jane Doe (or Miss Jane Doe)

If a person has a special title, however, you would spell out that person's title. For example:

Doctor and Mrs. John Doe

Or

The Honorable and Mrs. John Doe

When it comes to sending an invitation to a married couple with different last names, on the other hand, you can either put both names on the same line or place each name on a separate line. For example:


Mr. John Doe and Mrs. Jane Smith

Or

Mr. John Doe
Mrs. Jane Smith


Both methods are technically correct, but you may need to write the names on separate lines if space on the envelope is an issue. If you are sending an invitation to an unmarried couple that lives together, however, the names should be listed on separate lines and you should list them in alphabetical order according to the person's last name.

Properly Stuffing Your Wedding Invitation Envelope

Whoever thought that stuffing envelopes could be so complicated? When it comes to placing your wedding invitations inside their envelopes, there are several rules of etiquette that should be followed.

By keeping a few basic rules in mind, however, the envelope stuffing process will be made much easier.

First, you will need to decide if you will have one envelope or two. Using a second envelope is a matter of tradition, but it is acceptable to forego the second envelope unless you are hosting a very formal affair.

If you do have a second envelope, the folded edge is to face the back of the outer envelope and should be left unsealed. If you are simply placing the invitation inside the outer envelope, the folded edge should be up and the front of the invitation should be facing the back. This way, your guest will have to remove the invitation before seeing any of what the front of it has to offer.