We offer a variety of wedding invitations that will suit your taste. Choose from modern and contemporary, classic and traditional, romantic, and trendy designs. For a more luxurious look, choose embossed or letterpress options that will add a rich touch to your invitations. Our wedding invitations are sure to make a statement and capture the beauty and romance of your special day.
A simple crescent-shaped wreath of greenery frames the couple's monogram on a wedding invitation featuring letterpress printing on luxuriously thick, deckled edge cotton paper. The design and wording are deeply impressed into the invitation in your choice of ink color.
The intricacy of this wedding invitation is captivating and will surely provide your wedding guests with an invitation experience they'll remember. An ecru shimmer wrap with pocket is laser cut with precision to present your wedding invitation in exquisite style.
Delicate and refined, the leaf accent featured at the top of this invitation card brings a natural element to this otherwise glamorous pocket wedding invitation. An ecru belly band is printed with the same leaf design.
Enclosed in a dramatic presentation of lace and flourishes, this wedding invitation with black laser cut wrap demands attention. The smallest of details are laser cut with precision and embossed for added texture, while a black satin ribbon completes the look.
A gold shimmer wrap, laser cut with a lavish rose design, embraces an oversized invitation card. The wedding wording peeks out from behind the rose design while the couple's initials appear elegantly at the top. An ecru satin ribbon secures the ensemble.
An ecru shimmer wrap is laser cut to perfection with an ornate lace design and embraces your wedding invitation in pure luxury, leaving just a sophisticated monogram peeking out the top. An ecru satin ribbon is tied around the ensemble, creating an exquisite presentation.
Inspired by the grace and elegance of naturally ornate peacock feathers, this laser cut, ecru shimmer wedding invitation wrap will win its way into the heart of every recipient. The couple's names appear below the laser cut design, which opens to reveal the wedding wording on a matte invitation card.
A delicate wrap of laser cut leaves keeps your wedding wording hidden while guests admire the intricate craftsmanship of this romantic wedding invitation. Your names appear in the upper left and a sheer ecru ribbon secures the ensemble closed.
Lavish flourishes are laser cut above and below your wording on this deluxe wedding invitation and finished with intricately embossed accents. The invitation is placed inside a pocket for an ultra elegant presentation.
A beautiful damask pattern surrounds an elegant arched frame containing beautifully formatted wedding details. This unique clear acrylic wedding invitation features striking white ink printing on a transparent background for a luxurious and romantic look.
Truly magnificent! This luxury pocket wedding invitation features the unparalleled beauty of matte white foil embossed in intricate detail. The invitation tucks neatly behind the partial pocket, while the detailed embossing brings a 'sculpted' quality to the invitation's look and feel.
A crisp, bold pattern stamped in white foil against an ecru shimmer pocket is only the beginning of this wedding invitation's impeccable style. Your names appear toward the top of the invitation's arch design complementing the pocket's elegant curve over your wedding details.
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.
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
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
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
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.