5 Reasons You Will Love Basic Invite
If you’re looking for stylish stationary for your wedding or celebration, Basic Invite offers completely custom options at a fantastic price. Basic Invite can help you with everything from save-the dates and custom bridal shower invitations to wedding invitation suites and thank you notes.
Customization is Key – Once you select a design you can change the color of each element on the card to over 180 different color options. You can also change the font, the size of the text and the alignment. You can make sure the card is exactly what you want, down to the littlest detail. Basic Invite is one of the few companies who offer instant previews online. You can review and compare your options in real time as you customize your invites.
Samples Made Just for You – With Basic Invite you can order a printed sample of your actual invitation which includes your details and customization. You can see exactly how it will print, as well as the paper quality before you place your final order.
Beautiful Inside and Out – All of their envelopes are peel and seal which probably doesn’t sound like a big deal unless you’ve licked 100+ envelopes before. Trust me on this one. And they come in over 40 different colors so they make an impression right from the start!
Save Time and Money – Basic Invite has a free address collection service. In 3 quick steps you can collection your guests addresses and Basic Invite will print the envelopes for free. They also offer free unique wedding websites that are mobile friendly and surprisingly easy to use. You can upload all of your wedding details along with photos, maps and directions to keep your guests informed. Additionally, you can even choose a design that matches your wedding invitation suite!
Celebration Inspiration – Basic Invite also runs a blog where leading wedding industry professionals share details from celebrations all over the world. It’s a great place to gather inspiration. They recently asked me to share the details of one of my favorite events, which you can read here.