Personalized Invitations

David’s Bridal offers a huge selection of personalized wedding invitations and stationery in the latest designs, all at a price you can afford. There are a lot of online invitation sites out there on the web, but none of them provide the full level of service that David’s Bridal offers.

For example,  David’s operates a hotline 7 days a week just so you can call with questions on wedding invitation etiquette. If the phone is not your thing, walk into any store and a David’s Bridal manager will answer any questions and discuss your concerns. And there is always the online help option, with an Invitation Style Guide and other tools available 24/7. You can get expert tips on all the meaningful details, from inspirational wedding invitation wording to how to address the envelopes. You’ll even find answers to help make planning easier, like when to mail save the dates and invitations, and how to manage the responses. The great thing about shopping with David’s Bridal is you have the option of dealing with a real person when and where it’s convenient for you!

DavidsBridal.com offers tutorials, tips, ideas, and endless customization options for invitations, save the dates, programs, place cards, menus, thank you notes and more. Their goal is to help you express your own personal style and create the wedding day of your dreams. Read this feedback on the “Vows of Love French-Fold Parchment” wedding invitations from customer “lilSkittles”:

“Even on a budget wedding, I didn’t want to print my own invitations. I am SO GLAD I decided to go with these instead. They are perfect for our wedding, great quality, and they arrived well before their estimated date. The ability to add in any quote was the biggest selling point for me, as it gives a chance to personalize…with green ink and a ‘torn’ edge on the parchment paper, they will fit our natural wedding well. I would recommend these for anyone looking for simple, natural, and a bit of elegance.”

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