Way before I thought about a wedding of my own I was a bona fide fan of stationery. My father purchased my first set of personalized note cards when I was about 8 years-old and I even worked a part-time job after college at a fancy smancy British stationery shop. Any opportunity to highlight more invitation suite options for nearlywed couples is a treat. Here’s what stationery resources are currently on my radar:
DynaSmiles by DNT – A collection of lively invitations (see above) to fulfill the needs of everyone from the expecting mom to the beaming bride to the sweet sixteen bday girl. Bright colors and fun illustrations make this brand memorable. And like another one of my fave paper providers, DynaSmiles is representative of all nationalities and body types which is refreshing alone. Prices are low to moderate. View more styles and get deets on prices here.
Kleinfeld Bridal - The leading bridal giant has a reality show, legendary sample sales and now stationery with the recent launch of Kleinfeld Paper. Offering save the dates, wedding invitations and more, this collection just might be a traditional bride’s dream. Online live help is available Monday-Friday from 8AM to 6PM EST. Prices are moderate to high. View more styles and get deets on prices here.
Bibi Invitations - Searching for wedding invitations with an African flair? Then Bibi is definitely for you. The company was started by three Nigerian women and is based in Canada. Meshing rich hues like indigo, gold and amber with prints that are deep rooted in symbolism, these creations are nothing short of majestic. Metallic cardstock, ribbons and other special touches round out this line. Prices are moderate to high. View more styles like the one above and get deets on prices here.
Which one of these companies is your favorite and why? Oh and if you decide to contact DynaSmiles, Kleinfeld Paper of Bibi, remember to mention Triple B sent ya!