When it comes to wedding invitations, we believe that the options should be limitless, affordable, and set your heart aflutter with beautiful invitations that are perfect for spring. Basic Invite is one of the few websites that allows customers almost unlimited color options with instant previews online. Once you select a design you can change the color of each element on the card to over 180 different color options. So, you can make sure the card is exactly how you want it – down to the littlest detail.
HUE & ME
And since your invitations should make a statement upon arrival, you can choose from over 40 different colors when it comes to their envelopes so that they can make their invitation stand out even before it is opened. Everything from traditional wedding invitations, perfect for the classic bride or country wedding save the dates for a backyard celebration – Basic Invite has your style covered.
And if that wasn’t enough, Basic Invite also has all-new wedding websites that are completely customizable just like their wedding invitations! These wedding websites are mobile friendly and super easy to use. You can instantly upload all of your wedding details along with images and a map with directions which is super convenient for your guests. Choose from 180 custom colors and even choose a design to match your wedding invitation suite! How amazing is that?!
SEAL & SEND
Basic Invite’s Seal & Send Wedding Invitations are an all-in-one wedding invitation with a tear-off RSVP postcard included! Brides and LOVING them for good reason! With over 30 designs to choose from, including foil options. What’s extra special about their Seal & Sends is that guest’s addresses are printed on the front of each invitation which means no envelope necessary! All you have to do is share a link, collect guest addresses, and upload them onto your design, instantly. Once you receive your order all you have to do is add postage, fold your invites, and secure them with a sticker! Simple, easy, and super trendy.
This post is sponsored by Basic Invite, opinions are those of the editor.