Save or Splurge With These Wedding Invitation Designs

Whether you’re on a budget for wedding invitations or want to splurge, you won’t have to compromise on class with these designs from Kathy Stout.
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We asked Kathy Stout, stationery designer and owner of Posh Paper, to create two invitation suites that deliver a dramatic effect—one on a budget, one a splurge. We think both options are equally stunning.

Photograph by Aaron M. Conway

Starting at $500 for 100:
  1. Save money with an online RSVP.
  2. Printed on 120-pound smooth matte paper stock.
  3. Custom watercolor illustrations by Jamie Hansen.
  4. Print envelopes with a matching font to cut costs.
  5. Paper upgrades can be added, such as heavier stock, textured felt, metallic, and more.
  6. Includes a double-sided invitation with details on back.

Photograph by Aaron M. Conway

Starting at $800 for 100:
  1. Printed RSVPs add a traditional, elegant touch to the invitation suites.
  2. Pieces can be upgraded with foil stamping, letterpress, or thermography.
  3. Double-sided invitation with the couple’s initials on back.
  4. Add a wax seal for an ultra-luxe feel.
  5. Hand-lettered envelopes will cost you more, but leave a big impression. Calligraphy by Lime & Lily Calligraphy.

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