Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Wedding Wednesday: Invitations

Picking out wedding invitations can be a challenging process. There are so many things you have to consider. Here are some questions to talk about as a couple to make the decision - making the  process go over smoothly.

1. Do you want your invitation to match the Save the Date card? (Font styles and overall theme)

2. How formal is your wedding? (garden party or black tie)

3. Do you need direction cards?

4. Are you going to have RSVP cards?

5. What do you want your invitation to say? (Traditional or nontraditional)

Once you have these questions answered, it will be easier for you to look at designs because you now have an idea of what you want in mind. The next step is finding that perfect design that fits your special day. I was lucky to come across It is a website that has all kinds of invitations, stationery, and most importantly—unique designs. You can even order samples to make sure the designs look even better printed on paper!

If you are looking for save the dates, wedding invitations, thank you notes, moving announcements, or just new personal stationary, I highly recommend you check this online shop out. I promise you will not be disappointed. I also have a deal for you since you are my friend. Minted will give you $25 towards your purchase of $50 or more! Yes, you read that right $25 OFF!


This past weekend Jered’s office was transformed into a wedding workspace, or as I like to call it, a “wedding sweatshop”. We had an assembly line going putting together invitations like it was our life calling until we noticed we ran out of invitations. Let’s just say math is not my strongest skill but never fear, the remaining invitations were ordered on Sunday and should be here by Friday. Below are a few of my wedding invitation tips for you:

1. Once you have your wedding invitation assembled, make sure to weigh it. It might take more postage than what you think. (Speaking from experience)

2. The return address usually goes on the back flap of the envelope.

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