Vera Wang Wedding Invitations

Beautiful wedding suite by Vera Wang featuring a Save The Date, Wedding Invitation, lined envelope, Rsvp Card and Details Card. Traditional, Classic and a true keepsake.

Yes!, we sell Vera Wang, William Arthur and Crane Wedding Invitations and Holiday Cards. These lines are classic, industry standard for quality, traditional, and absolutely beautiful. Contact us to schedule an appointment today!

Watercolor Popies

Another trend that continues are watercolor graphics on wedding invitations.  This invitation is unique because the watercolor image is colorful and bold.  I love the brushstroke feel this font adds to the invitation.  This invitation is printed in house by The Fancy Envelope.  There are many coordinating pieces to go with this invitation set including water bottles, coffee mugs, guest book, serving tray, petal program fans, and wedding day pieces.  For more information send us an email!WatercolorPoppiesWeddingKeepsakes.large.png

Luxe Wedding Invitations

Another trend for 2018 are luxury wedding invitations.  Think of luxurious materials including leather, wood, velveteen, satin, moire, or linen.  They can also include luxury accents such as a band or heavy paper. Some brides are planning smaller, more intimate weddings. By planning a wedding on a smaller scale a bride can add extra special details to her day. The featured invitation has a rose gold foil on a sable velvet wedding invitation


Pearl Accessories and Wedding Invitations

Pearls are to be a trendy and popular wedding accessory in 2018.  They add an element of richness and beauty and are both classic and contemporary.  Pearls will be seen on headpieces, rings and embellishing accents.   I think we will also see pearls adorning wedding invitations.  These adhesive pearls can be added to any wedding invitation, save the date, place cards or menu.  simply peel and stick.

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How are Laser Cut Wedding Invitations Made?

How are Laser Cut Wedding Invitations made?

Over the years I have seen more and more laser cut wedding invitations. And each year the invitations keep getting more and more intricate.  When you look at laser cut invitations the intricate design can sometimes look burned.  This made me wonder how they create the designs.  According to Wikipedia laser cutting is a technology that uses a laser to cut materials, and is typically used for industrial manufacturing applications, but is also starting to be used by schools, small businesses, and hobbyists. Laser cutting works by directing the output of a high-power laser most commonly through optics. The laser optics and CNC (computer numerical control) are used to direct the material or the laser beam generated. The focused laser beam directed at the material, which then either melts, burns, vaporizes away, or is blown away by a jet of gas,[1] leaving an edge with a high-quality surface finish

This would explain why sometimes Laser cut invitations look burned!

The Fancy Envelope sells a large selection of laser cut wedding invitations, place cards, and decorative accessories

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