For a vintage wedding, we are loving this DIY handkerchief printable. Free to download and print at home, this pretty invite can be yours for free, but it looks like a million bucks. For summer, winter, fall or spring weddings, this versatile idea can be customized with colored envelopes to match your wedding colors. With pretty fonts I’ve not seen to many other places, this DIY wedding invite is unique, just like you.
We just got our invitations from elegant wedding invites and omg are they gorgeous. They were so easy to work with, they were happy to make any changes I asked of them and i went back and forth with them a million times changing the font changing what I wanted it to say. They made the changes and would send me an example of what it would look like. They didn’t place the order until I was happy and approved the invitation for printing. If you are afraid to order, do not fear you will love your invitations and you won’t spend a ton of money. If you have concerns about not having them do the guest address you can print on clear labels, you can find a calligrapher or if you have a cricut you can use the pen to address the envelopes. The assembly of the invitations was very easy even if your not crafty you can do it. I am so happy with how these came out and with the quick delivery, I think they came a week after I finally approved for print. Thank you Elegant Wedding Invite!
My wedding invitations are perfect! I knew I wanted laser cut, so I was ecstatic when I found Elegant Wedding Invites! The price was one of the best I found online, and the quality is amazing. I upgraded to the UV printing so that the text and flowers were a bit raised off the page, and more detailed, giving the invite something extra! I received the invitations 1 week after I ordered, faster than I anticipated. They were simple to assemble. I have had so many compliments and a few guests mentioned they were the most beautiful wedding invite they had ever seen before Thank you so much!!!
Your (amazing!) invitations should arrive in mailboxes six to eight weeks before your wedding, again allowing extra if guests will need to arrange time off and air travel. Set your RSVP date three to four weeks prior to your wedding so you’ll have time to follow up on missing responses before you have to give final numbers to your vendors. A great tip is to use an invisible ink UV pen to mark your response cards with numbers corresponding to your guest list. It’s common to receive back several RSVP’s with no name, and the number system allows you to identify the responders. The UV part keeps it all discreet and the envelope pristine.
Even though we're serious stationery lovers, it's okay if all you really want out of your wedding invitation is a piece of paper that informs guests of a date, time and a location. If a simple invite is more your style and you want to keep paper costs low you can go the DIY printable template route—just remember anytime you take on a sizable wedding task solo there may be a couple more headaches in store. For example, if you don't have access to a high-quality printer or a hefty ink supply you're going to run into some issues. If you have an extra long guest list, you'll be camped out at the printer feeding it paper for a couple solid hours.