Minted Stationery For Your Wedding

From invitations to menus and favor tags, Minted stationery can help you create a perfect wedding. From invitations to favor tags, Minted has something for every bride and groom. They can even help you choose the best designs for your favors. Whatever your needs, Minted has you covered. Here are some of their top-rated products:

Watercolor Delight invites

I have always been a fan of Minted stationery products. The Watercolor Delight invites are an example of their unique designs. I chose these invitations for my wedding because they were so elegant and fun! I also love the fact that they are made with premium paper that is both durable and soft. Minted also provides free tape for each envelope so that the invites can be folded neatly into the envelope.

Watercolor Delight invitations

The water color delight on Minted invitations is stunning. The invitations are handmade with vibrant colors, a watercolor design, and an accent of yellow gold foil. The colors are softer and more subtle than the online images, but the invitations are still readable. I am also very impressed with the quality of the printing, which is crisp and clear. The colors are a beautiful contrast to the textured paper.

Watercolor Delight all-in-one invitations

When you purchase Minted Watercolor Delight all-in-1 invitations, you will have the convenience of having your invitation, RSVP card and address card all in one package. This saves you time and money by eliminating the need for separate pieces. Minted’s customizable invitations include options for wording, font style, size and color. Even the stamps are included, which is a huge bonus.

With their design tool, you can customize your invites and add or subtract text, change images, or make any other adjustments you want. You can also choose from several paper quality options and indicate the color of the envelopes. Once you have completed the online customization process, your invitation will enter the proofing process with a Minted Design Associate. They will review your choices and make suggestions for color pairings. After proofing, you can continue to coordinate with your Design Associate.