color coordinated wedding invitations

Deciding on your wedding color palette is one of the most exciting times during the wedding planning process. Once you know what hues you’ll be designing in it’s so much easier to picture your big day and all the adorable details that go along with it. Once your palette is decided and your venue and date are chosen, one of the next steps is getting those save the dates and wedding invitations out!

That’s where Basic Invite comes in.

Ombre pink save the date from @basicinvite

Basic Invite has almost unlimited colors to choose from! Plus, they are one of the few websites that allows customers (you!) to see instant previews online. Once you’ve chosen your design you can change each element on the card to over 160 different colors.

What does that mean? It means the possibilities are endless! No matter what style of wedding you’re having, no matter what the color palette, you’ll find something that works, and is customized to you. It really sets them apart from almost any other online stationery company.

engagement photo save the date from @basicinvite

Once you’ve got your save the date and wedding invitations exactly the way you like it, Basic Invite will send a printed sample first so you can experience the paper quality and beauty of the print.

Black, white, and gold wedding invitation from @basicinvite

And let’s not forget the envelopes either. You don’t want your color-perfect wedding invitation being sent out in a plain old envelope, right?! Make a statement with one of their 40 different colors of envelopes. Your invite will stand out before it’s even opened! Plus, the peel and seal envelopes ensure that your invite arrives intact and you can get them sent out quickly.

Wedding thank you notes from @basicinvite

Be sure to check out over 200 of Basic Invite’s Invitation Sets here and then select your color palette to customize your chosen suite!

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About Sara Burnett

Editor of Burnett's Boards, which she founded to showcase global creativity in the wedding industry. Sara currently lives out of a suitcase while island hopping the Caribbean and beyond. Learn More // Follow on Instagram.