Luxury Wedding Invitations | Basic Invites


April 1, 2020

If you have been following along my photography journey for even the past two weeks you will know that I LOVE wedding stationery. Wedding stationery sets the mood for your wedding. It gets your guest’s event more excited about your big day.

Choosing a stationery designer is hard because there are a lot out there…you have to look at papers, make an appointment, and then choose everything.

I have found a great place to make this process so much more simple!

The place is Basic Invite!

Basic Invite is one of the few websites that allows customers almost unlimited color options with instant previews online. You can change the color of each element on a card, with over 180 different color options. The card can be exactly how you want it, down to the littlest detail. This is what sets them apart from any other online stationery company!

They are just as colorful with their envelopes as they are with our invitations. You will be able to choose from over 40 different envelope colors. Wow! That many options you know you will find that perfect shade of pink or light blue that matches your wedding colors.

They are not just for wedding invitations they also have wedding place cards, wedding menus, wedding programs, and matching thank you cards! Literally a one-stop-shop!

Now after you do all this work online, how do you know you picked everything out correctly and you will love it in person? Basic Invite allows customers the ability to order a printed sample of their invitation so they can see the card’s paper quality and how it will print before they have to place their final order.

If you are thinking about doing everything online for your stationery they have that feature to! Their wedding websites are completely customizable! They’re mobile friendly and super easy to use. You can instantly upload all of your wedding details, along with images, and a convenient map with directions for your guests. Choose from 180 custom colors, and a design suite to match your wedding invitations! Did I mention this is FREE?!


If you are not into doing things online and love print like me but do not want to do all the hard work you should do their Seal & Send Wedding Invitations. What is this you ask? Their seal and send wedding invitations are an all-in-one wedding invitation with a tear-off RSVP postcard included! What?! How cool is that? They have over 30 unique designs to choose from and brides are just loving them! If you are not feeling one of their designs you can upload your own design and they will print it for you. What else makes these the newest kid on the block? What’s so special about their Seal & Sends is that guest’s addresses are printed on the front of each invitation so no envelope is necessary! All you have to do is share a link, collect guest addresses, and upload them onto your design. Once you receive your order all you have to do is add postage, fold your invites, and secure them with a sticker! Simple and easy.


Now let’s talk about collection guests’ addresses with the. They make it super simple with their FREE Address Collection Service. You can use their free address collection service to request your addresses with just three simple steps. Share a link via social media or email, collect the address, and get free envelope printing!

I think that is enough bragging you need to go check them out yourself!

You can check them out at:







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