Basic Invite's 2016 Wedding Invitation Collection

August 30, 2016 - by Preeti

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Wedding invitations, so many choices and so little time. Choosing your stationery collection, sets the tone of your wedding (although, it's also not the end of the world - true story).

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When it comes to buying, there are a plethora of options for traditional and non-traditional cards. For wedding invitations that offer modern styles and self-service customization, we love wedding design company Basic Invite. While they offer some of the same features as other stationery companies, they have a few perks that make them stand out.

Truly Custom Samples

Skip ordering generic samples and order 'real' samples. What you do is customize your invite, add just "1" to cart, and pay a small fee to get it (fee is dependent on how much customization you did obviously).

LOTS of Variety

Use your wedding color palette and extend it to your wedding invitations. Those bold and beautiful jewel tones for the mandap can now extend to the stationery collection you send out. Get your guests in the mood before the wedding even starts.

Taste the rainbow of color!

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Competitive Pricing

Wedding stationery, like wedding outfits, can vary greatly in costs. Basic Invite stationery is perfect for when you want to send an easily customizable collection of invites, menus, seating cards, thank you, RSVP (though minus the whiskey bottle boxes) at a competitive price. They have some limitations (you can't add a Ganesha icon unless you do a full custom upload), but you totally get your money's worth.

Now the good stuff, their gorgeous wedding cards. Their wedding cards aren't Indian'ish, it's not meant if you want a traditional look. But I love the modern styles. And those foil invitations. Foil stamping adds a whole new level of elegance and pizazz, what we need!

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Or you can go for curly calligraphy font mixed with garden style, beach style, or modern.

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Or the geologist in you...

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...and a pop of fizz...

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Whatever you do choose, order a few samples. That way you can show the family what kind of cards you want and how can actually look when printed en mass.

Visit Basic Invite for more inspiration!

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