Yes, the dress is important. Of course, the venue matters. But, let’s face it. You won’t have your dream wedding if you don’t have any guests which is why you can argue that invitations are one of the most important elements of one of the most important days of your life. When I get an invite in the mail, I can get a feel for what the wedding will be like based on the bride and groom’s choice of invitation. If they are printed at home and poorly centered and cut, I can tell that the wedding will be a much different experience than one whose invitation is elegantly and perfectly assembled with strong cardstock and attention to details. To this day, my assumptions about the quality of the wedding based on the invitation have never been wrong.
Unless you are incredibly crafty and really good at the computer, you may turn to a professional to get your invitations. Bon Bini Print and Design was created for individuals who want a unique invitation design experience not found in a store or online. They specialize in outside of the box wedding & event invitations! Bon Bini allows clients the ability to create an invitation or stationery from the ground up and customize any elements of the design. They love to design for everyone’s stationery needs from complete wedding designs including save the dates, invitations, and programs to personal stationery & business needs such as thank you and business cards.
Review: I received a sample invitation and reply card from Bon Bini Print and Design and I was beyond impressed. The invitation itself had three layers of card stock wrapped with a paper band that had an example of the couple’s names and the wedding date. The paper was of very high quality and the white had a pearl finish to give it an extra special touch. The printing was easy to read and flawless. The response card and reception card matched perfectly and the response card was in post-card form. Even the envelope for the invitation was pearl-like and beautiful. This is, by far, the most elegant wedding invitation I have ever seen. I love how you can customize your colors, styles, and elements of the invitation to make it your own. I am always bored with white on white invites and it is great to see a selection of color offerings.
Buy it here: Since the Bon Bini Print and Design invitations are fully customizable, you will work directly with the designer. You can order all invitations by contacting her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 919.215.4592.
As far as pricing, prices vary depending on paper type, style and design for each invitation. The cost of an invitation similar the one reviewed in the post is between $3.75 - $4.00/per invitation set, which in includes the invitation, response card, information card, and inner/outer envelopes.
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I was provided with a sample in order to facilitate this review. No other compensation was received and the views expressed here are my own.