As Andrew Grant wisely said,“You never get a second chance to make a first impression.” For your wedding or event, it begins with the invitation.
Your wedding or event invitation is the very first glimpse your guests will have of your event. Invitations serve as a visual storyteller by setting the tone for the occasion. They create excitement and anticipation.
If your wedding were a person, what would their personality be? The invitation should clue your guests — classic and elegant, casual and relaxed, or glam and modern. Each design element has importance and significance.
They should be one-of-a-kind, wow your guests, and be designed specifically for you. Your invitation will inform of the particulars. Why skimp on the first tangible form of communication that entices your guests to join the celebration? They should interject your personality and a specific vision. Invitations should never be an afterthought.
How will your invitations make that first impression? Make that first impression a profound one!
Below you’ll find a collection of ADDY award-winning invitation suites.
Lase-cut gate-folded invitation with butterfly clasp and crystals.
Laser-cut invitation Madison, Wisconsin skyline (closed).
Laser-cut invitation Madison, Wisconsin skyline (opened).
Whimsical storybook wedding invitation.
Laser-cut Wisconsin state capitol building.
Laser-cut lupine flowers.
Black tea-length wedding invitation with gold ink.
Horizontal orientation gate-folded wedding invitation.
Contemporary black & white wedding invitation with monogram in gold foil.
Modern classic wedding invitation.
Tri-fold invitation for a beach wedding.
“Join us at the lake” wedding invitation.
“Join us in the windy city” wedding invitation.
Copper and silver Halloween wedding invitation.
Boxed wedding invitation with dried hydrangeas.
Interior of wedding invitation, letterpress printed.
Couple’s name with crystal adornment.
Letterpress printed wedding invitation with blind impression.