4 Places to Buy Wedding Invitations

Minted says their purpose in life is to "...uncover exceptional design from all over the world and bring this to savvy consumers who won't accept anything else." I think that's pretty ding dang cool, especially since they offer design competitions to uncover creative talent and then allow those designers to sell their stationary masterpieces. 

Minted has a mixed bag full of wedding stationary from save-the-dates to bridal shower invites to thank you cards. They also have some pretty nice perks, like inspiration boards, free samples, free recipient addressing, and personal service from the design team. Choose your colors, themes, text and search by whatever your heart desires: style, designer, price range. All invitations are printed on your choice of signature paper, recycled matte stationary paper, or pearlescent paper. 

Paris Lights, $2.34 each
Save the Date, $1.63 each
Time for Tea, $2.56 each

The wedding paper divas offer just about every bit of stationary you might need on the big day and afterward: place cards, menu cards, inserts, programs, song request cards, diy accessories, and of course all kinds of invitations. 

Visit the wedding planning tips section for a ton of articles on wedding preparation or stop by the blog for inspiration and trends, etiquette tips, and real weddings. They even offer free wedding websites with templates that match 40 of their bestselling invitations. 

My basic philosophy in life is to see magic in everyday things, to bring beauty to the mundane, and that's why Paper + Cup Design Studio gets two thumbs up from me. The founding duo of the biz says they love to take things that seem ordinary and turn them into unique, interesting creations. In this case, stationary!

Choose from their collection of wedding invites or hire the team to design something custom. Want to save a few trees? Design a paperless post invite and send online.

This paperie is all about fine, luxury stationary and features original designs from Mrs. Strong herself. The company employs old-world techniques like hand bordering their cards and lining every envelope by hand. It's paper couture!  

For simple, elegant stationary pieces like place cards and envelopes, visit the Ready to Write section. For more options and a personable experience, visit one of their shops in New York City or give them a call for ordering information.

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