My Wedding Invitations

Hi, Loves. 
Today I wanted to share with you our wedding invitations. We sent them out two weeks ago and we've been getting so many feedback from our friends and family about how gorgeous they are.  We did our invitations through Minted, as well as our Saves The Dates. If you haven't seen our Save The Dates, you can see them in this post here.
I wanted our Invitations to be simple and chic. A mix of contemporary yet classic. I did main invitation, reception card, envelope insert, envelope band, envelopes, and personalized stamps. It was super easy to create. I chose a foil-pressed design, input our wedding details into it on the website, and it came out great. Before I finalized the order, a designer emailed to make sure all information was correct. I even had to switched around a few things and add an important detail I'd forgotten. If you're good on timing, you can also request a sample before you make the final order. I trusted that they would have came out great so I didn't order a sample. I loved that I could personalize the stamps. I added L&K, both of our first name initials, to them. It was just too cute. I really loved that Minted has so many price points and also a one stop shop option for all wedding stationery needs. I will definitely be using them for my day of stationary and I will be sure to share them with you after the wedding. 
*Please note that I have edited out some of the important details/information on the wedding invite photos. This is just so that my wedding details is not out there before the wedding. After the wedding, I will share in a post all the details. 
Thanks for reading, loves. Remember to check out Minted for all your celebratory stationery needs. They also have art, digital and gift products. 

1 comment

  1. It’s super awesome, as is most of the stuff on the blog, and some great tips for affordability and how-to. But I just have to say it. Might be a good idea to get some Research Proposal Writing Services, and attach that hanging shelf to the peel and stick tile, especially with so many pretty fragile items on it!


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