Invite: RSVP No Regrets

Theresa Cassagne

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The wedding invitation you choose says a lot about your personality and style. Whether you want a simple, elegant design or one that’s elaborate and extravagant, there are countless options to warmly invite your guests and announce your marriage to the love of your life.



Left: Printed in two-color ink with a custom monogram cipher and calligraphy, the design on this invitation is thoughtful and eye-catching. Scriptura, 5423 Magazine St., 897-1555; 3301 Veterans Blvd., Metairie, 219-1113, Scriptura.com Right: Custom monogrammed letters pressed in bisque and charcoal inks on white Crane’s Lettra paper declare a romantic affair with an uncluttered, elegant design. Betty Hunley Designs, 6057 Magazine St., 895-2870, BettyHunley.com



A navy French taffeta ribbon opens to reveal a fold-over square invitation with a snowflake design in navy and silver ink on champagne card stock. Stationery Studio, Consultations by appointment, 581-7248, stationery-studio.com

Left: This elaborate fabric invitation board features pockets for inserts and includes a jeweled buckle and Dupioni silk. Exquisite Events, 975-4089, EEInvites.com  Right:This scripted invitation with blue ink features a delicate, sweet pattern. A tasteful ribbon adds an extra touch of class. Abbey Printing, 429 Wall Blvd., No. 10, Gretna, 392-7774, AbbeyPrinting.com

You Might Also Like

Add your comment:

Latest Posts

City Park's historic Carousel gets a facelift

An interview with Casie Duplechain, Executive Director for Friends of City Park.

Soccer Considered: When the World Cup Runneth Over

In a world of conflict, considering the peaceful competition of the World Cup

Renaissance Publishing Wins Big at Press Club Awards

The company won eight first place awards and multiple second and third place awards at the Press Club of New Orleans' Excellence in Journalism Awards.

Cool Drinks to Enjoy This Summer

Creative spins on the daiquiri and other cool drinks to try when it's hot.

Go Falcons (Franklin, That Is)

Elite public schools might not be right for everyone, but Ben Franklin was right for me.