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Fanciful Flowers Rectangle Invitations We chose to change the color of these cards to match our wedding colors, the result was perfect! We stuck with most of the recommended wording but changed some things to reflect our event. There was plenty of room to also add our wedding website to help give guests more information without cluttering the invitiation or spending more on additional inserts, etc. After playing with the idea of making our own invitations to save money I am so glad that we chose to go this route instead, they have a lovely weight and are very clean and professional, the printing and artwork detail is gorgeous!- totally worth it.
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Living Dream Rectangle Invitations I ordered both my save the date and wedding invitations from magnetstreet. They turned out to be great and I got a lot of complements from both. If you are looking for a great look and affordable price, magnetstreet is the way.
Sea Breeze Pocket Invitations We are having a destination wedding on the beach. I choose these invites because of the beach scenery. I personalized it in coral and teal (our wedding colors). The paper quality is excellent. I am glad we went with the pocket invite. I also ordered the flat invite as announcements for those who can't make our wedding. The quality is much better on the pocket invite. It's a neater look, than having stray response cards etc with invite. We love them.
Sea Breeze Rectangle Invitations they look a lot better and easier to read compared to the proofs online.
Beautiful, but make sure you think of everything!
Living Dream Foldover Pockets This invitation was printed beautifully and worked out perfect in the end, but when we first ordered it we assumed the invite would stay closed on it's own, or tuck in to itself somehow to close, and we didn't order anything to wrap around or stick on it to keep the invitation closed. We ended up needing to buy ribbon and tie each invitation to keep everything in. The pockets were also a little bit loose when we first folded them and none of the cards would stay inside the pocket, so we had to stack heavy books on top of them to flatten them out before putting them all together to make sure they would hold all the enclosure cards more tightly in the pocket. Lastly, with just two cards (the RSVP and the guest information step cards) inside this invitation it required us to use the 65 cent stamp instead of a regular stamp to mail these, so they ended up costing a little more than we thought! In the end, they turned out perfect but just be sure to think of all the details!!!