We’ve noticed an interesting trend since we started selling wedding invitations to the world: Australians dig our work! We often get inquiries from folks down under looking to have us print their wedding invitations. A few have become our customers, and I’m happy to say that each of our Aussie jobs have been a smash hit: beautiful invites carefully shipped overseas and received by thrilled customers.
September 7th, 2013 in Invitations by Chris | Tags: customer, letterpress | Comment |
August 24th, 2013 in Invitations by Chris | Tags: customer, digital print | Comment |
If you’ve ever thrown a big gala then you know how important it is to have a well thought out seating chart. Who sits next to whom can make a world of difference in terms of guest conversation and overall level of enjoyment. Equally important is conveying to your guests where to sit so they can easily fulfill your vision of good seating. That’s where placecards come into play. A good placecard will match the theme of the event and be easily read and accessed by guests before they enter the main venue.
July 14th, 2013 in Invitations by Chris | Tags: customer, digital print | Comment |
June 30th, 2013 in Invitations by Chris | Tags: digital print, letterpress | Comment |
We all know Chevron. It’s a gas station, right? That’s all I thought it was until Stephanie gave me the Chevron invitations design to add to the gallery. As it turns out chevron is an ancient design pattern that simply refers to the V-shape that you find on all sorts of insignia. Chevron can be found on road signs, police and military uniforms, family crests, and, of course, gas stations. Now it can also be found in the Mightyvites design gallery!
June 11th, 2013 in Uncategorized by Steph | Comment |
Something that makes Mightyvites unlike other online wedding invitations is their ability to blend the traditional and contemporary. The idea of combining printed invitations with online RSVP and event details does this inherently, but our customers Demetra and Shaun from Florida took it a few steps further.
Demetra and Shaun chose to add a QR code to the enclosures that come with all Mightyvites. This made it easy for guests to go online to RSVP and view wedding details like maps and links to registry. However, they also ordered traditional offline RSVP cards to send out to a few guests who may not have been able to go online. Add to that the sweet vintage look of the Ella design and you’ve got some wedding invitations that really cover all the old-and-new-school bases! It’s certainly something to consider in this day and age, and we think Demetra and Shaun did a great job sticking to tradition while venturing into new territory with their online wedding invitation. Congratulations to the happy couple!
Are you looking for an online wedding invitation that still provides some traditional touches? Browse our gallery and choose a Mightyvite today!