We are often asked by our clients to help them to find invitations to help them announce the exciting occasions related to their wedding day.  With more and more brides and grooms waiting until after they’ve explored the world to get married, we love the idea of including a love of travel into wedding events.  Here are a few ideas from a great and easy-to-use source, Basic Invite:

These passport wedding shower invitations are SUPER adorable on top of being completely customizable to your perfect color scheme.  From the color of the text down to the stickers on the suitcase you can change the scheme to match all the other decor of the shower.  Basic Invite even has 40 different colors of envelope to choose from to give that spark of visual interest from the moment it arrives in each mailbox.

If you are taking your love of travel to the next level, and considering a destination wedding, save the dates are a must-have. Your guests will need some extra time to make travel and hotel arrangements, request time off, and start working on those beach bodies before your big day.  Give your guests a sneak preview of what’s to come on wedding day with these destination wedding save the dates.  After selecting and customizing the save the date you can even request a custom sample to feel the paper quality for yourself before placing a final order.

In addition to your wedding date and location, be sure to include a link to your wedding website in the save the date text. There you can include specifics for your guests on best places to stay and info. on the weekend wedding events they should plan to attend. Plus, it’s a great (and etiquette approved!) place to include your wedding registry information and a bunch of cute pics of the lovebirds for fun.  Basic Invite has a huge selection of free, customizable, mobile-friendly wedding websites that you can match to your invitation suite for a seamless experience.

When you’re ready to send those invites, use Basic Invite‘s address collection tools to request all those pesky mailing addresses via email or social media, and get free envelope printing in a text style that is a perfect match for your invites.  They offer over 900 different invitation designs which can each be further tailored by color to perfectly match your look.  Looking for a truly set it and forget it invitation process?  Select one of their 30+ “Seal & Send” invite suites which come pre-printed with your guest addresses and a tear-off RSVP  postcard.  All you have to do when the package arrives is add postage,  fold, and secure with a seal.  Then off to the post-office (and your guests’ homes!) they go.

There are so many great resources out there these days for making every wedding day detail tailored to you.  How are you using invitations to help personalize your day?                                                                            

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