Who Cares If Guests Eventually Throw Wedding Invitations Away? They Should Still Be Spectacular!

We’ve heard it a million times.  “Who cares? They’re just going to be thrown away, anyways.”

Here’s the problem with that – you could really say that about any wedding-related thing, or at least apply the sentiment in some way – that the functionality of every specific wedding detail is only going to be paid attention for a short time. Consider your dress. You’re only going to wear it once, and then hide it away. That doesn’t mean you should pick one that you don’t love!

And, if you think about it, your guests will be holding on to your invites for at least six weeks. So – really, it’s the one thing they’ll have from your wedding the longest. It’s the only part your guests will pick up over and over again, read, plan and answer questions with.

Your invitations are important and create an impression.  They set the tone for what your guests should expect for your entire wedding event.

So, let us MAKE. THEM. PERFECT! And this can be achieved in so many ways that are personal to you, your style and theme. One of our favorite examples: Our bride Kara wanted to incorporate a butterfly in honor of her late grandmother. Building one right into the design helped, but then wrapping the invite package with a lace belt and securing it with a butterfly pin took the design to the next level.

Another couple we adore got engaged in Italy, near a fountain known for its bees.  We incorporated the symbolic honey bees into their custom design. Guests were then directed to their wedding website that told the story of the bees.

Another client we worked with was as Irish as they come, complete with birthdays on March 16 & 17, and wanted their guests to share in their Irish pride.  Their guests were blown away with the culturally themed wedding invitations. It meant something personal, not only to the bride and groom, but the family as a whole.

Let us help you incorporate the personal details that matter – rich with the story, love, history, and meaning for you as a couple.

 

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