Your wedding invitation (or possibly Save-the-Date) is the first piece of correspondence you will send out, so it should tie into the look and feel of the celebration you’re planning. It will be your guests’ first taste of the mood you’re going for on your big day. Since you and your spouse-to-be surely know the power of a good first impression, it’s in your best interest to get the right, custom invitation… here are some of our favorite designs from Mixbook.
Each wedding invitation plays an important role in getting friends and family members excited about your special celebration – so it needs to reflect you and your event! They also serve to as a subtle guide for your guests attire… a formal wedding invitation will cue guests to come in formal attire, while a more casual invitation will guide them toward more relaxed dresses and suits.
Mixbook has over 185, fully customizable designs ready for you to bring to life. Their online creation tool makes it extremely easy to personalize each stationary detail and even gives you a live preview… it’s the perfect fit for the DIY couple!
Whichever theme you choose, with Mixbook you can be sure that there will be an entire suite of cards to complement your complete wedding invitation – from save-the-dates to thank-yous. Your guests will be able to savor the full experience of your wedding through visually seamless correspondence leading up to the big day and matching expressions of gratitude afterwards.
Mixbook is giving away $150 gift certificate to one lucky ST reader!
HOW TO ENTER:
Visit Mixbook.com and browse to find your favorite Save-the-Date Card(s)!
Come back and paste the URL of your favorite design as a comment on this post along with a brief description of how you would spend $150 on Mixbook.
**Winner to be chosen at random and announced on Friday, March 7th. If winner doesn’t respond within 72 hours another winner will be chosen.
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