WEDDING INVITATION LOVE | Sending Your Guests the Very Best…

“Vintage Postcard’’ Invitations, $750 for 100 by Golden Rectangle Press.

I started obsessing over wedding stationery suites this past weekend.  This happens a lot.  Thing is, I have this ongoing love affair with them; I get really excited about a few different suites, try to decide between them – the color combos, the font(s), the wording – and then, after a week or so, I am so overwhelmed by my complete lack of ability to make a decision, that I scrap the whole thing and move on to what to make for dinner.  Because that’s super easy; at least I can make something new every night.  But with wedding stationery, you’ve got one shot to get it right!  And yes, some of you are probably saying it’s really not that big of a deal.  But I guarantee that I’m well within the norm when it comes to this.  I swear, it’s got to be one of the most fun/most frustrating/most impossible decisions to make with regard to wedding planning.  And, according to many of my friends and colleagues, sending out the invitations is when “it hits you” that it’s really happening.  You’re getting married.  Oooooweeee!  What a feeling that must be!

Well, in an effort to make that feeling the best it can possibly be, I’ve been on the lookout for some real standouts in the invite arena.  So, whether your style is classic, bold, beautiful or quirky – truly, whatever it is you’re seeking, I believe any one of the selections I’ve gathered here – from some of my absolute FAVORITE stationers – will kick things off just right.  Hope you like!

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“Mr. Burnabee’’ Invitations, $2,500 for a suite of 100 by Mr. Boddington’s Studio.

“Picnic’’ Save-the-Dates, $1,500 for 100 by Bird and Banner.

“Broadside’’ Invitations, $1,350 for a suite of 100 by Sesame Letterpress.

“Modern’’ Invitations, $850 for 100 by East Six.

Custom design by Jennifer & Alexander Invitations, $2,000 for a suite of 100 by Publicide.

“Demetra & David’’ Invitations, price available upon request by Coeur Noir.

“Great Gatsby’’ RSVP Cards, $698 for 100 by Ceci New York.

“Avi & Kate’’ Save-the-Dates, $800 for 100 by Rifle Design.

“Frank & Robin’’ Save-the-Dates, $285 for 100 by Frank Ozmun and Suzanne Jennerich for Publicide.

“Natalie & Pete’’ Save-the-Dates, $1,425 for 100 by Nancy Sharon Collins.

“Olivia & Maxwell’’ RSVP Cards, $500 for 100 by Alpine Creative Group.

“Joy’’ RSVP Cards, $414 for 100 by Mika78.

“Ali & Jon’’ RSVP Cards, $980 for 100 by Swayspace.

“Pop!’’ Save-the-Dates, $1,000 for 100 by Cheree Berry.

Photos: Hannah Whitaker // Source: New York Magazine

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6 comments

  1. KimmyDrez on May 3, 2010

    Can I have all of them? How does one decide??? Thanks for the Monday morning inspiration!

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  2. dognbird on May 3, 2010

    So many lovely options here. I have to tip my hat to the picnic save-the-dates – love them!

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  3. weddingsnpretty on May 3, 2010

    Simply too many to choose from! Love them all but the vintage style Queens one is adorable (though in my case it would read “Brooklyn”) ;P

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  4. forget.me.knot.weddings on May 3, 2010

    Love all these!! Some much great invite inspiration!

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  5. All of them are lovely, but the save the date by Publicide is amazingggg!

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  6. All of them are lovely, but the save the date by Publicide is amazingggg!

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