Post # 1
- Wedding: March 2005 - Westside Loft, New York
We picked out invites out of an album at Kate’s Paperie since we got married back in the olden days. The designer was Dauphine Press.
Who is your invitation designer, whether you’re buying them, having them custom made, or DIY’ing!
Post # 3
My designer is ME! 😀 I’m definitely DIYing them!
Post # 4
My designer was ordered through a guy named Bill from a local company called Signed and Sealed. I don’t know why, but after we ordered (me a little sad they didn’t have a particular paper I wanted) he tells us that he also does custom work, DOH! We had some customizations done, but I would have preferred he do the whole invite for us. Plus, the company we ordered them from was full of morons who kept messing up, we had to change the RSVP date twice because of them. The whole process was a mess, but oh well, most people just throw them out anyway I guess. We ordered them before I found Weddingbee, but if I knew what I know now I think I would have gotten them from Etsy.
Post # 5
- Wedding: June 2018 - Holy Family Catholic Church, reception: National Infantry Museum
Me! I can’t wait to share them with the hive!
Post # 6
I got my invites from http://www.etsy.com. They are airplane tickets, how fun are those.
Post # 7
We got them from http://www.whiteaisle.com, they were great to work with!
Post # 8
@swoonie: i love whiteaisle invitations. they are definitely on the top of my list for invitations. can you offer anymore feedback about them?
Post # 9
Mine are by Aubrey Atlas (here’s her design blog: http://atlasandcampbell.blogspot.com/ and here’s her planning website: http://www.atlasprod.com/). She’s just starting out, but already I’m having people clamoring at me to figure out who did my invitations/stationary/other paper products. She came up with an invitation for me that’s unlike anything I’ve ever seen before!
Post # 10
we are having custom invites done locally. She doesn’t have a website or blog yet (but she will soon). She uses Enveloppers products and does fabulous work! I can’t wait to get all the little details finalized.
Post # 11
My designer was Happy Menocal in NYC (www.happymenocal.com) and they are SO awesome and SO us. We are so happy with them.
Post # 12
- Wedding: May 2018 - Coyaba Resort, Montego Bay
Mine is Karen of mtkdesigns – she’s on etsy & has a blog http://www.mtkdesigns.blogspot.com.
She designed them & then I DIY’d the rest of it! It was a great experience!
Post # 13
I saw a few designs online but was never 100% satisfied, so I ended up purchasing an icon/stock image from one of those online photography/image stores and used PhotoShop to create my own invitation with the right font size and positioning I wanted.
Post # 14
My wedding invitation designer is http://www.gourmetinvitations.com. Tiffany designed my fabulous damask themed invites. You can find them under her blog by going to "Brandi’s invitations". Tifany was amazing to work with.
Post # 15
i also used tifany from gourmetinvitations.com
she designed these for me:
she is great!
Post # 16
Tara from Ephemera Press! We discovered her from wedding bee (shout out to Mrs. Lovebug!) and she was incredible to work with. Super creative and very affordable letterpress.