Basic Invite Wedding Edition

*This post is sponsored by Basic Invite but all thoughts are strictly my own* 

While wedding planning has not officially begun for me, I have been starting to brainstorm ideas of what I want for my upcoming 2021 wedding. I have been checking out Basic Invites’ site to see their wedding collection and they have so many amazing options when it comes to wedding related products! 

 Two items I have been eying on are their elegant wedding guest books and of course the wedding invitations. These are two key items for any wedding! The guest book allows you to capture messages from your guests and look back on them for a lifetime. The wedding invites are of course essential as you want to invite your friends and family to one of the most important day of your lives. 

A few things that majorly set Basic Invite apart from other companies is that they offer free wedding websites which are mobile friendly as well, which is a huge plus since most of us are constantly on our phones! 

When it comes to wedding invitations themselves, they offer almost an unlimited color scheme with the option to preview what the invitation will look like before you order AND they will send you a sample of your invite so you can be 101% sure before placing an actual order! They also have over 900 wedding invitation sets to choose from in addition to seal and send wedding invitations! What is a send and seal wedding invitation? A send and seal wedding invitation is an all-in-one wedding invitation with a tear-off RSVP postcard included! This is one of the newest collections from Basic Invite and it comes in over 30 different designs including their foil option and of course can be customizable! What sets the Send and Seal apart is that the guest’s addresses are printed on the front of each invitation so there is no envelope necessary! You share a link , collect the guest addresses and then upload them onto your design and you are all set! All that is left is to add postage once you get your order, fold the invites , and secure them with a sticker. SUPER EASY! 

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