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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

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