Choosing your wedding invitations is so much fun because it’s one of the first times you’re going to show friends and family what the style and tone of your wedding will be, but sometimes it can be a bit of an overwhelming task. The options are absolutely endless, and there are some fantastic invitation designers out there, but one of our favorites by far is Minted! Minted has recently launched their new 2014 invitation collection full of new styles and designs from independent designers, and we love their huge selection of foil-pressed invitations and letterpress designs!
We are in awe of the level of service that Minted brings to brides in addition to their beautiful invitations! the Minted Perfection Team helps you with all of those pesky etiquette questions and offers you advice along the invitation buying process. They also offer free recipient addressing to save you loads of time during the planning process, and we all know how valuable time is when you’re planning a wedding!
If you’re looking for invitations that will take the tone of your wedding to the next level, we love Minted’s selection of letterpress and foil-pressed invitations. Choosing letterpress invitations or foil-pressed designs will bring an extra level of elegance and interest to your invitations, and you can work with the specialists at Minted to design every aspect of your invites so they’re absolutely perfect.
Now that you’ve fallen in love with Minted invitations, we have some fantastic news! Minted is offering Once Wed readers a chance to win $500 to put toward their Minted wedding stationery! Click here to enter for a chance to win! Contest ends June 10th, 2014 at 11:59pm PT.
It's customary for Chinese couples to have their wedding photos taken in advance of the wedding, leaving them plenty of time on their wedding days to enjoy the company of their guests and really revel in their celebrations. Today's couple, Janes and Osson, decided to fall suit with this tradition, taking their elegant pre-wedding photos in California (their wedding recently took place in Hong Kong!).