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Beautiful Invitations

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

 Invitations can be a source of stress when it comes to planning the perfect soiree. It sounds silly but an invitation really sets the tone for an event. If you put thought into your invitation people will be curious and excited to see what the actual event will look like. I have put together some of my ultimate and favorite invitations. Take a look and be inspired to invite guests to your next event. For all you letterpress lovers a separate blog post will be coming soon :)

{Cheree Berry}
These gorgeous invite suites are from the oh so creative and talented Cheree Berry.

Breakfast at Tiffany's inspired wedding invite.

Clear frosted glassine envelope tied with a bow. You can buy clear envelopes here.

I could die for these xoxo and RSVP envelope liner.

What a great idea for postage. Custom stamp embellishment.

{Ceci of New York}

Creative, unique and fashionable wedding invites. I first learned about her beautiful invitations when I received one in the mail for a friends wedding. Be inspired by these elegant and whimsy invitations from Ceci.

Paris inspired wedding invitations.

Look at the envelope liner. Music notes. Don't you love how the invitation and the envelope scalloped borders are carried throughout?

{Love letter Inspired}
Invites by Ruby Willow. These make my heart melt.

Fabric belly band, completed with twine and a tag....ahh...

The reply card.

Vintage staggered stamps complete the Love Letter inspired invite.

{Invite Book}
Homemade wedding Invitation book. Yes you read correctly homemade! It took Shaina {bride} four months just to do the shell for the books. They turned out amazing!

{Preppy Invitations}
Preppy Invites by "Invitation Only"

More Preppy Invites as seen on Martha Stewart Weddings {Cheree Berry}

{DIY Boxed Invitations}
I found these invitations for $14 a pop and thought to myself how easy these would be to make for much less. They would be the perfect birthday party invite. Customize it for any age!

  1. Buy your own box. Easy to find online or go to usbox.
  2. Ribbon- Michaels or your local craft or fabric store
  3. Invitation-Target, Papyrus, Paper Source, these are all great places to buy boxed invitation kits for cheap!!
  4. Lollipop Candy Warehouse
  5. Dont forget to tie your box with a bow in colored twine Paper Mart
  6. Address label. Also can be found at Paper Source

Contact me for invitation sourcing and unique ideas. Xo Justine