Today we are highlighting one of our vendor friends Basic Invite! Basic Invite is a wedding stationery with a fab team and I am so excited to feature them on our blog today! Let’s dive on into the Q + A, shall we?
Where are you located? We are an online stationery design company, but our office is based in St. George, UT. You can find us online at https://www.basicinvite.com and on all social media platforms at @basicinvite.
How long have you been in business? Since 2006.
What types of customizations do you offer? Over 180 custom colors. 100 fonts. 40 envelope colors. 5 paper types. 3 foil options – gold, silver, and rose gold which are all available in a raised or flat option. Multiple card cuts. And the ability to make changes to almost every aspect of almost every design.
Do you ship internationally? We ship to all 50 US states as well as internationally to Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the UK.
Can brides proof their designs before it is sent over? Yes. All edits made are in real time so brides are able to view their changes instantly. Once their invitation is complete they can double check that everything is correct simply by looking at the design they’ve made in front of them on the screen. Another option is to purchase designer assistance which means one of Basic Invite‘s invitation specialists will review and proof the products and communicate any all edits with the bride directly. We always encourage brides to order a sample of their invitation before they purchase their full order so they can see and feel the product in person.
Do you offer recycled paper products? We do offer a partially recycled paper option which is our Smooth Coated paper type made from 50% recycled paper products.
What is something you wish you could tell your brides about ordering their stationery? First and foremost, start early! The more time you have to shop, customize, and order the less stressful the process will be! Also, have fun with your design and stay true to the theme, vibe, and aesthetic you are going for. Finally, always order a sample just to be sure you are happy with your invitation before you place your final order.