Once you’ve decided on the tone and setting for your wedding, the next step is inevitably finding the perfect invitation suite to correspond with the feeling of your wedding. Your save the date and invitations set the entire tone for your wedding; from the moment your friends and family find those perfectly addressed invites waiting in their mailboxes, the anticipation for your big day begins to build! There are no words you can use that will describe the mood of your wedding day more perfectly than your save the dates and invitations will.
Foiled Invitations takes invitation design to another level with their luxury invitation suites from the letterpress artisans behind the Aerialist Press. Each set is designed especially for couples seeking occasion stationery that is stylish, timeless, with a little extra sparkle and shine! Foiled invitations are printed on the finest cotton papers in a range of different hues and textures with letterpress script in metallic and matte foils. The artisans at Foiled love assisting each client select the perfect invitation style from their carefully curated collection of house designs to make sure every couple receives a suite that seamlessly ties in with their wedding day aesthetic and acts as the perfect prelude to their celebration.
We’re always so honored when our sponsors are willing to share their talents with our readers, and Foiled is excited to share something amazing with you all today! One lucky Once Wed reader will receive a full Foiled invitation suite worth $2,500!! Visit Foiled and comment below telling us which invitation suite is your favorite and how it will fit into your wedding style. Comment by March 15, 2014 for a chance to win! Thanks again to Foiled for being an amazing sponsor!
Thanks for entering, this contest is now closed. Congratulations, Sheri Balanga!
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When it comes to the “less pretty” sides of wedding planning, we know it can be tough to justify spending your hard-earned dollars. So something like wedding insurance can fall to the low end of your priorities. But here’s the thing: it shouldn’t.