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
: Subtle Canvas Square Invitation
Subtle Canvas Square Invitation designed by Stacy Claire Boyd
$179.00 per 100
: Bouquet Border Foil Pressed Invitation
Bouquet Border Foil Pressed Invitation designed by Stacy Claire Boyd
$229.00 per 100
: Watercolor Florals Invitation
Watercolor Florals Invitation designed by Little Lamb Design
$160.00 per 100
: Midnight Flirtation
Send your guests unique wedding invitations like this shimmering card featuring your names and wording in foil!
$419.00 per 100
: Love Reflection
You need an invitation that reflects the love you both share! This seal 'n send is perfect. Choose ink color to match your style.
$189.90 per 100
: Rustic Battenburg Lace Invitation
Rustic and romantic in one wedding invitation? Yes, you can have it all! Beautiful embossing and a printed background make this burlap and lace wedding invitation perfect for your celebration.
$185.90 per 100
: Boxed Blooms Foil Pressed Invitation
Boxed Blooms Foil Pressed Invitation designed by Stacy Claire Boyd
$229.00 per 100
: Botanical Bouquet Wedding Invitation
Botanical Bouquet Wedding Invitation designed by Stacy Claire Boyd
$179.00 per 100
: Lace Damask Edge Aqua Invitation
Lace Damask Edge Aqua Invitation designed by Sweet Pea Designs
$173.00 per 100
: White Florals and Barn
White Florals and Barn designed by Flower and Vine
$179.00 per 100
: Gleaming Leaf Foil Pressed Invitation
Gleaming Leaf Foil Pressed Invitation designed by Stacy Claire Boyd
$229.00 per 100
: Paneled
This bright white invitation card can be customized with your choice of typestyle, ink color and wedding day wording.
$144.90 per 100
: Lovely Swirls
Delicate swirls on this affordable seal 'n send invitation compliment your wording. Your picture at the bottom makes it one of a kind.
$198.90 per 100
: Woven Garland Invitation
Woven Garland Invitation designed by Stacy Claire Boyd
$179.00 per 100
: Damask Border
The damask, the monogram - all that elegance at an affordable price! Choose the ink color for this kraft paper sep 'n send invitation.
$192.90 per 100
: Rustic Charm
Rustic charm is what this invitation is all about with its weathered wood-like appearance and floral accents.
$243.90 per 100
: Floral Cut
Announce your special day with a perfect invitation! Like this beautiful floral laser cut design card. Guests will admire the card for its one of a kind look!
$269.90 per 100
: Mud Cloth Pattern Invitation
A fun tan pearl embossed mud cloth pattern decorates the corners of this modern wedding invitation and highlights your names and wording.
$306.90 per 100
: Beach Romance
Having a fun destination wedding? Then this cute wedding invitation featuring a beach scene is just what you need!
$183.90 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
: Sparkling Script
The detail of sparkling gold script definitely makes a statement on this ecru invitation card.
$279.00 per 100
: Spring Banner Invitation
Spring Banner Invitation designed by Flower and Vine
$179.00 per 100
: Glowing Floral
This gorgeous, modern wedding invitation is the perfect choice if your celebration includes an abundance of beautiful blooms.
$260.90 per 100
: Ampersand Impression Invitation
A large embossed ampersand design decorates this modern wedding invitation and highlights your names and wording.
$221.90 per 100
: Classic Damask Invitation
Classic Damask Invitation designed by Tumbalina
$173.00 per 100
: Tropical Paradise
This affordable seal 'n send is perfect for a tropical getaway wedding! Choose an ink color to match your style.
$253.90 per 100
: Green Wreath Invitation
Green Wreath Invitation designed by Little Lamb Design
$160.00 per 100
: Linen Lace Invitation
Linen Lace Invitation designed by Bonnie Marcus
$165.00 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.