If you’re thinking about upgrading your semi-custom invitation suite with extras like wax seals, belly bands, or vellum overlays, expect to spend around $400 per 100 wedding invites. The good news is that these details make your invitations feel more personal, and your guests will love receiving them in their mailbox.
Customizable invitations are perfect for creating unique bridal shower and party cards that will fit your style. You can choose from a wide selection of templates with photo-ready designs, and personalize them to include your event’s time, date, location, dress code, and more.
It’s also important to consider your color palette. Using the right hues can really make your invitations pop, so it’s worth taking a few minutes to find the colors that speak to you. If you’re unsure of where to start, create a Pinterest board that acts as your mood board—it’s a great way to identify the themes that resonate with you, and will help narrow down your design options.
The paper you choose will also impact the look and feel of your invites. A dip dye, which is essentially dipping your paper into a dye bath, is a popular option and can leave a strip of color or create an ombre effect. Foil stamping is another printing technique that gives a shiny, metallic finish and adds an element of luxury. Engraving is a similar technique but requires etching an image or text into the paper. Etemply