"Exactly what I wanted and in the time promise"
"Great quality well put together quick service"
"It came put exactly how I wanted it! Wonderful!"
"The pattern turned out exactly as show and the foil was a nice touch that made our invitations look fancier."
"We're getting married at a train station and these are perfect! They're not your typical wedding invitation and they definitely make an impression."
From the first moment of your engagement, plans for your wedding and reception start to come together, whether you are actively plotting things out or just kicking ideas back and forth with your significant other. When it comes time to plot out the differences between the bridal shower, reception, and wedding invitations, it is important to choose them with an eye toward both function and design, but it is also important to remember how your choices affect your guests’ memory of the day.
If you know your friends and family are the types to display cards and invitations, then it’s important to give them cards and invitations that hold up over time, so that the display always looks fresh. That’s where premium cardstock wedding invitations become super useful. Their heavier construction and high quality printing standards guarantee that your announcement of your nuptials and the details of your ceremony, reception, and possible honeymoon plans are gorgeously displayed in a medium with the endurance to look as put together on your wedding day as it did the moment of your bridal announcement.
While most of the same options are available for premium cardstock invitations and wedding invitations, there are some limitations. There are also some designs and features that are either exclusive to cardstock or that only really display with their full potential on cardstock. These include:
Whether you are going for a custom design, a photograph, or a more traditional print, premium cardstock wedding invitations assure that your invite shows up with sharp corners and a dignified presentation, and that it also looks as crisp on the day of your ceremony as it did when you were first stuffing envelopes.