Invitation frustration

posted 2 years ago in Paper
Post # 2
3838 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2017 - City, State

I used Magnet Street. They allow color customization and they have a large variety of invitation options.  You can also order various samples so you’ll see how they look before ordering a bunch of them. I would order any future invitations from them. 

Post # 3
353 posts
Helper bee

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teacherbee2017 :  I don’t think your invitations need to be the exact wedding colors, people really won’t notice that. Minted has a ton of great options. They have navy invitations with rose gold foil writing or burgendy invitations with silver/gold/rose gold/black foil writing. Either would look lovely and still match your overall color scheme.

Post # 4
40 posts
  • Wedding: September 2017

Check out Basic Invite. Definitely the most customizable option out there IMO. All fonts and colors can be changed, you can move the text around/add more text boxes, and a lot of the templates have design elements that can be removed if you don’t want them.

Post # 5
353 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2020

I initially thought I wanted rich dark blue invites to go with our theme, but then I found the most AMAZING silk ribbon that was the exact color that I wanted. 

It my be easier to do neutral invites, and then all of the accents like the envelopes and small additions could be in your color pallette.

Post # 6
259 posts
Helper bee

Have you looked at shutterfly?  They have tons of options.  I just ordered mine and got them last week and am thrilled with them.  

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