It’s all in the details – a mix of texture and design all tied up in a bow, twine or colorful envelope. The invitation is your guests first impression of your wedding. Just like wrapping a present, the way your invitation is presented, can enhance or distract from the overall look and feel.

So, let’s tie it all together, right from the start, with something that will help set the tone for your whole wedding.  The only limit is your imagination. It could be as simple as adding a graphic envelope liner and colorful envelope. So, be creative and think about the story you want to tell your guests.


  • Classic/Traditional :: black paper, translucent paper, satin ribbon
  • Formal/Modern :: monogram card, painted edge, die cut, wax seal, adhesive jewels
  • Whimsical :: jute/bakers twine, fun tag, fabric/lace wrap, washi tape
  • Other :: custom address stamp, envelope liner, sticker seal

The next step in presentation would be addressing and postage. And there are some really great options to make mailing your invitations even more special.

ADDRESSING: You can go traditional with handwritten or hire a calligrapher. If you decide to go with a calligrapher, make sure to provide them with ample time before your mail by date. Preferably 1-2 weeks depending on their schedule. I can recommend a few local SoCal calligraphers if needed.

POSTAGE: Wedding postage is available at the USPS, or you can find vintage/retro stamps in a variety of styles, or go custom with a photo and graphic design.

POSTMARK: Did you know you can have your invitation postmarked from cities with romantic names? For example: Bridal Veil, Oregon – Bliss, New York – Romance, Arkansas – Loving, Texas – Juliette, Georgia – Romeo, Colorado. The USPS has provided a list a post offices that will accept and mail your invitations, find out how here.

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