Did you know that David’s Bridal offers invitations to fit any wedding theme and color palette? David’s Bridal has 50+ hues to coordinate with any wedding palette.
Find out why these invitations will make planning so much easier…
Invitations by David’s Bridal
While you’ve known David’s Bridal for wedding gowns and bridesmaid dresses, they are also a one-stop shop for wedding stationery. Their collection of wedding invitations makes it easy to shop by color to coordinate everything in your wedding — from bridesmaid dresses to accessories — with ease.
Why You’ll Love These Invitations
• ENDLESS OPTIONS
You can choose the style, color, wording, and features to match your day perfectly.
• UNBEATABLE VALUE
You can choose invitations in any budget! Many paper and printing options available.
Our Favorite Picks
We’ve seen these invitations in person and they’re absolutely beautiful! Here are a few of our favorite designs for the season:
• BEAUTIFUL FONTS
Make your invitation pop with a variety of fonts to choose from, all customizable. You can make an invitation more formal (or less formal) simply by swapping the font.
• PAPER OPTIONS
Invitations are available in a variety of weights, finishes, and colors – from matte to shimmer, bright white to ecru.
• PRINTING METHODS
Each printing technique makes a different impression, so decide what’s a match for your vision and budget.
Digital printing uses high-resolution technology that prints four colors of ink (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) to paper simultaneously. The end result is a full-color, flat print that can include elaborate designs and images with brilliant, long-lasting colors.
Example of Digital Printing – “Lacy Scallops” in color: spa
Thermography printing uses a special powdered resin that is applied on wet ink that, when exposed to heat, produces a raised print. Developed in 1905, it is a more affordable raised printing option compared to the original process of engraving.
Example of Thermography Printing – “Gracefully Wed” in color: coral
Foil stamping is a printing process that adds metallic and matte foils on paper. As the printing press runs, the design “die” will press the foil onto the paper which is then affixed with heat. Foil stamping is a more elaborate process that gives your invitations an added element of sparkle and shine.
Example of Foil Stamping Printing – “Rustic Woodgrain Foil“
Letterpress is a printing method that dates back to the 1500s. Using vintage Heidelberg Presses, the letterpress press makes a slight indentation in the soft card stock and creates a clean, crisp design. Letterpress printing is a timeless craft that prints one card at a time, one color at a time. Each invitation is a unique piece of art.
Example of Letterpress Printing – “Typography Love Letterpress” in color: neon pink
Glitter printing is a unique combination of digital printing with real glitter accents, resulting in a sparkling invitation that gives the perfect amount of shine. Each design is dusted with sparkling bits of real glitter, accentuating design elements and creating a glamorous finishing touch.
Example of Glitter Printing – “Glittering Gala in color: begonia
Invitation wording will set the tone for your wedding, but choosing the right wording can be tricky. They offer verse options and allow you to customize your invitation wording to fit your style.
Side-fold, seal and send, or flat? They offer different invitation folds and formats to fit the look and formality of your event.
Make your invitations totally customizable with finishing touches such as ribbons and liners to coordinate with your wedding theme.
INVITATION ASSEMBLY AND ADDRESSING SERVICES
David’s Bridal will even take the stress out of your big day with invitation assembly and addressing services. Simply contact their customer service specialists for a quote when ordering your invites.
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This is a sponsored post in collaboration with David’s Bridal.