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It’s your big day, and the 2013 Paper Source Wedding Invitation Collection will help you create a meaningful expression. Whether you’re looking for glamour, blushing for romance or longing for something bold, our invitation suites are sure to inspire with fresh color palettes, playful fonts, and tons of great DIY ideas.
The Watercolor Laurel Frame wedding invitations suite is a fancy new floral.
Go rustic with our Vintage Ticket inspired wedding suite. Die-cut corners perfectly accent the stunning typography.
Our lovely luxe blush is back… and more inspired than ever! Add a little romance to your wedding day with embossed roses or make a playful statement with this new Confetti on Blush style. See more ways to style this perfect pink online.
You can also add glamour with gold and a modern chevron design that is sure to make a statement.
You can further set the tone of your wedding with our collection of photo save the date cards. It’s never been easier to highlight your palette, or coordinate design elements to showcase your individual style.
Kick off your wedding planning with our first-ever collection of photo save the dates! Transform a special photo into the perfect announcement choosing from over 60 new photo card designs. Don’t have a favorite photo? We also offer beautifully designed text save the date cards that coordinate with our wedding invitations.
In addition to unique styles and exclusive Paper Source colors, our latest designs also feature real Paper Source couples! We are amazed with how these photos capture the genuine sense of love and excitement that couples feel when celebrating their engagement.
Of the couples featured across our assortment, we selected one name at random to win a $100 Paper Source gift card to use for wedding projects, every day crafts or (maybe?) birth announcements. Please join us in congratulating PS bride Alina P. as our gift card winner.
See Alina and other inspiring PS couples by checking out our new photo save the date cards online.
Each year when we launch our new Wedding Invitation Collection in stores, our crafts team builds wonderful wedding inspiration boards to share with our store customers. They create DIY options to enhance the wedding invitations and we thought our online customers would also love to see, so here you go!
Our Scallops Laser Cut Invitation is a prefect DIY option because Read the rest of this entry »
I recently had the pleasure of reconnecting with my childhood friend, Sarah, who moved away long ago when we were in elementary school. What an amazing surprise to find that over the years Sarah has become a wonderfully talented crafter and has fallen in love with Paper Source. In April of this year Sarah got married in beautiful Charleston, and I’m thrilled to be able to share some of the incredible things she created for her big day.
Sarah said it all started with a trip to the Paper Source Georgetown store. In searching for inspiration she kept in mind her wedding location – a historic Charleston building right on the waterfront. She was looking for something that would emulate the colors of a sunset. What she found was a decorative Italian paper glittered in golds, oranges and blues. She knew right then that print would become the aesthetic for her entire wedding day.
First on her list were save the dates, and Sarah wanted something bold and unique. With a little coaxing from the Paper Source associate she was working with, Sarah decided that she could only get the perfect design by creating it herself. Using A2 matchbooks, colored brads, and the Italian paper, Sarah put together a beautiful four page save the date booklet. Each handmade save the date took 30 minutes to make, but Sarah was so pleased with how they turned out she said it was worth every minute.
The first page of the save the date booklet featured a US map that listed fly and drive times from various locations where their guests would be traveling from to Charleston. She also included an introduction about the wedding and the events to come.
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