A cheerful separate and send invitation with ribbon curls and banners lets guests know your wedding will be a fun celebration. Design and wording are printed in your choice of ink color and fonts. Separate and send invitations come with two detachable enclosure cards (response card and reception card) on one convenient sheet. They also come with invitation envelopes and response card envelopes for a complete, coordinated stationery set. Special Note: Separate and send enclosures are lightly perforated for detaching from invitation. This invitation features thermography printing, an affordable printing process that results in raised lettering.
These invitations are so impressive for what you pay for them. The raised print looks so nice. And being able to customize anything down to the ink color or adding information to any the 3 pieces it comes with. I can't say enough, their just great and elegant looking!
loved this affordable option!
Lauren from WV wrote on November 28, 2013:
We utilized the option of ordering samples of invitations-- I definitely recommend that you do the same. I didn't think that this would be my favorite invite, but my fiance liked it so we picked one up. We're having an "evening formal" wedding-- the colors are gold and navy, but with a little whimsy and we ordered this simple but whimsical invitation in navy. We think they're great! I love the thermographed print-- the lettering is slightly raised and has a expensive effect. We decided to upgrade the paper to a thicker weight and included a lined envelope and the options to have our return address printed on the outer envelope. The invitation suite is beautiful. So, even with all the upgrades, we still came in WAY under budget on our invitations! I am so pleased! The separate and send option really made the invitations affordable. When pricing invitations in other ways, I was astounded at how quickly the cost of the invitations rose when you add the printing of reception and RSVP cards. With this style, it's only one printing and the cost reflects that method. I would recommend this style of invitation suite to anyone. The only downside is that I don't LOVE the design. They are already simple, but I would've preferred to be able to design my own invitation using the fonts of my choice. I would've just done the lettering without any ribbon design. That said, affordability was my priority and these were far less expensive than the other invitation suite I'd checked out that would've let me have the simple design I wanted.