READ WHAT CUSTOMERS SAY ABOUT MINTED WEDDING INVITATIONS:
"Great experience working with an artist to create a custom watercolor painting for our wedding invitations!" – California customer, 8/5/20
"Products are excellent! I could not be more pleased with our wedding invitations! I also love that my guest can RSVP through our Minted Website and the address book feature is awesome! It will make sending future cards like Christmas cards so easy!" – Georgia customer, 7/8/20
"I love my wedding invites! Minted did a great job customizing the invite font and spacing to incorporate the wording I wanted. And they did it all in a timely fashion!" – Kansas customer, 4/20/20
WHY MINTED FOR MY WEDDING?
What does every bride-to-be want in a wedding invitation? A high-quality product that matches the mood of the wedding. You are a unique bride and you deserve an equally unique design. With Minted, you can have it all. If quality is your top concern, Minted not only employs the best artisan printers but has custom paper created by our partners at Mohawk especially for premium printing. Our printers have mastered techniques such as letterpress, foil-pressed (otherwise known as foil stamped), digital printing, and gloss-pressed.
Our printing processes are art forms that are only as good as their canvas - the paper itself. This is why we are pleased to have the finest quality paper stocks that you absolutely will not find anywhere else. We offer an assortment of paper to choose from. We have our signature stock and our signature smooth stock. Both with a creamy, soft texture and off-white hue. Our pearlescent stock adds a subtle shimmer to your design. For the eco-conscious brides, we offer a recycled stock that does not compromise quality. Finally, for the brides looking to make a statement, we have double-thick paper, and for an even heavier statement, we have triple-thick.
What better way to set the tone for your nuptials than with a truly unique wedding invitation? Do you want something that can’t be found at every wedding retailer across the web? Then choose a design that was crowdsourced from our community of independent designers and artists. Minted holds contests all year long to ensure that only the freshest and most stylish designs end up being produced and sold. This frequent rotation of art and design means you are guaranteed to find a one-of-a-kind look for your wedding stationery.
WEDDING INVITATIONS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What should wedding invitations say? Be sure to include the date you’re getting married, the location of the wedding and reception, the time of the wedding, and the names of the people being married. If it applies, you might also want to mention who is hosting the wedding and what the dress code will be. Don’t forget to include an RSVP card with a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
When should wedding invitations be mailed out? Most people mail their invitations out 6-8 weeks before the wedding. If you’re expecting a lot of out of town guests, you may want to mail them out even earlier so they have time to make travel arrangements.
Is it OK to send wedding invitations online? Wedding guests still expect a paper invitation in the mail to reply to for your nuptials. Not to mention that with all of the email filters we have these days, your email invitation could very well get marked as spam and never reach an inbox. We live in a modern world and everything tends to be available online, which is why a wedding website is highly recommended to accompany your invitation. When you choose your invitations at Minted, you can match your website style to your wedding stationery.
Do you put last names on wedding invitations? Yes, it is common to include the first and last names of both the bride and groom or bride and bride or groom and groom.
How should I address my invitations? This can get pretty complex pretty quickly! Generally, you address the envelopes to an entire family as one entity. You can list out the individual family members on the RSVP card if you feel clarification is needed. The same goes for couples, they receive one invitation addressed to both. Single people are given a nudge to bring a date by simply adding "plus guest" to the end of their name.
Does the man or woman’s name go first? If you’re going for what is traditional, you would place the woman’s name first on the invitation. Feel free to deviate from tradition and