Now that you’ve taken some stunning engagement photos, it’s time to send out your save the dates and wedding invitations.
Your wedding invitation suite includes more than just your save the date and invites. In addition to these, you’ll also want to consider the other pieces of paper you’ll need for the day:
- Save the Date
- Wedding Invitation
- Menu cards
- Place cards for the table if you have a seating chart
- Bridal shower cards
- Direction cards
- Registry cards
- Rehearsal dinner cards
- Thank You cards
The list can go on for a while, and you may not use everything on the list. But those options are out there.
If you’re looking for a great place to get all of your wedding stationary, I’d check out Basic Invite. They have everything on the list and more. You can check out their full Wedding Invitation Suites through that link. With more than 900 different sets, you’ll be able to find the invitation suite that really captures your personality or the vibe for the wedding.
They have tons of color options for your stationary (180 colors for cards and 40 colors for envelopes, actually) and you can choose the colors on each element of your stationary. So even if you’ve got some pretty unique wedding colors picked out, there’s a strong likelihood that they’ve got you covered.
Basic Invites will also send you free custom samples, so that you can actually hold your invites in your hand before deciding to buy.
Thank You Cards
After the day is done and you’ve started settling into your newlywed life, don’t forget to send a Thank You card to the people that really made your day special.
Basic Invite has tons of options for unique thank you cards that will really convey your appreciation. They can be customized just like the wedding invitations to match your color preferences, and can include a personal design to photos.
Simple to Use Wedding Website Builder
In addition to covering you for all of your stationary needs, Basic Invite also offers the best wedding website builder. It is free and requires no coding or web design abilities. You can choose from 180 colors to match your wedding theme.
The builder makes it super easy to put your love story out there as well as all the details that a guest would need to participate in your wedding. It’s also super easy upload photos to the site. (Show off your engagement photos!) You can also include maps, links to your registry, and links to hotels for accommodations.
The wedding website also lets you collect guest addresses so you can send them a physical invitation without having to break out your mom’s address book from the 90’s.
Here’s a sample website I threw together with their builder in a matter of minutes: http://www.basicinvite.com/site/anna-tyrell
So check them out, and let me know what you think!
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