Wedding bells are ringing: Minted’s crowd-sourced invitations are now launched!

Today it’s official! We are up and running… and away we go with over 140 flat printed wedding invitations mainly sourced from our design competitions.

In celebration of our launch we’re running an incredible promotion for the rest of the month: 15% Off All Minted Wedding Invitations and Stationery. Code: LAUNCH15

Some of our newest designs include:

Aquarelle by Sarah Lenger

Frolic by Design Lotus

Cross Your Heart by Unless Someone Like You

Classic Affair by Dish & Spoon

We are especially excited about all of the stunning details and unique formats being offered in the collection–and all at very reasonable prices, too.

Sweet Summer by Oscar + Emma

We love our fully coordinated slip-in envelope liners, Skinny Wrap Address labels, and even Minibook cards! Our Minibooks are perfect save the date cards, destination guides, thank you notes, favors–you name it.

Check out our candy colored backers!

We do really beautiful really well!

Minted is also announcing the launch of exclusive flat-printed designs from four renowned stationery designers: Cheree Berry, Dauphine, Elum, and Wiley Valentine. These designers will anchor a new area on Minted’s site, “Favorite Designers”, which features Minted’s editors’ and the community’s picks of the best designers in wedding stationery.

Pocket Full of Posies by Cheree Berry

Also, something you may not know about Minted’s invitations is that couples can order a wedding invitation sample of any design, in any color. We’re especially proud because this is the first time this service is available from any retailer, either online or in physical stores. A great cost saving perk for brides; the cost of the sample is credited towards any full order. Once a design is selected, a couple can input their text, preview their selection, and place their order, all online at And like anything purchased on Minted, a professional designer provides advice, customizes the design and creates a personalized proof for the couple to approve before printing begins.

Let’s raise a glass to all of the incredible talent in our design community and to the lovely brides who now get to share it with their loved ones!

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  3. Leila

    The possibility of getting any design in any color is just amazing!

    I wish they would do this with dresses 😉

    It’s just a wonderful idea.

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