A Timeless Choice for Your Wedding Invitation

Such a beautiful sentiment … the words and meaning of a wedding invitation.  Some couples choose to have their matted and framed, the invitation means so much to them.  It is a call to all of the friends and family the two have made over the years, to bring them all together in one place for one very special event.  No wonder it takes so long and so much effort to choose this document.

David’s Bridal has impressed many customers with their vast selection of fine invitations.  Check out what this woman wrote to tell them, a former event planner herself:

“I was very iffy about ordering invitations sight-unseen, but decided to take a shot. I was THRILLED when these came in the mail! They are absolutely gorgeous and a bargain when compared to the prices I’ve seen for similar invitations ($600 and up). They are so beautiful, great quality, arrived right on time and were just what we wanted. Awesome customer service. FYI-the backing is definitely velvet…my wedding is in the spring but these still worked. They are sooo pretty. At first I couldn’t figure out why we needed inner envelopes, but god forbid they get soaked in the mail you will have some extra protection :-) I did event planning for several years and would whole-heartedly recommend these to any bride. Very elegant! (You do have to assemble them but it took me less than an hour by myself to do 75 invitations..it was really easy + they give you detail instx and you don’t so have to be good at arts & crafts!) There may be less expensive options out there, but not for this look and certainly not for the ease and peace of mind. Good luck fellow brides!

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