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Wedding Invitations at www.Printez.com
With over 500 styles to choose from you’re sure to find the perfect match for your wedding invitation designs. Our pricing, selection and high quality combine to make our wedding invitations the best option for your wedding budget. We offer expert design, high quality printing and affordable pricing so you won’t go into debt inviting friends and loved ones to your special day.
No matter the season, theme or size of your wedding party we have the right design to match your personal style and taste. From classic and traditional to modern and contemporary we have an amazing selection of designs and patterns to perfectly fit any theme wedding. Using the latest in printing technology we can produce vibrant colors, exquisite designs and any text or font style to deliver the highest quality wedding invitations you can find.
Our wedding invitation section is conveniently laid out to make shopping for invitations easy and fun. Browse by color, theme, style or budget to find the right mix of design and cost to make your invitations affordable. In addition to fine wedding invitations we also design and print save-the-date cards, engagement party invitations, bridal shower invitations, rehearsal dinner cards, menu cards and even directions.
Your wedding is one of the most important days in your life so be sure it includes the finest in wedding invitations, envelopes, thank you cards and other wedding stationery to present a uniform and elegant décor.
History of Printing Wedding Invitations
The origins of wedding invitations lie in announcements made loudly by town crier and everyone who was in earshot was invited. The start of these invitations as we know it started with the nobility in The Middle Ages. Monks skilled in the art of calligraphy were paid to create beautiful invitations for weddings. These invitations, more often than not, carried the Coat of Arms or the personal crest of the father of the bride or the groom.
In the 1600’s invitations for weddings were also sent in newspapers. This is a tradition that did not last long since it lacked elegance and style. Embossed writing on wedding invitations was used in 1642 for the first time. Smudging of the engraving was prevented by using a tissue paper on top; a tradition that continues till date. In these days, invitations for such esteemed events were delivered by hand or on horseback by personal messengers.
Fine wedding stationery started being used for invitations for weddings right after World War II. Industrialization allowed the common man to mimic the lifestyle of the rich and the noble at a cost that was affordable.
Calligraphy, ribbons, pictures of angels, embossed wordings and immaculate wordings with individual addresses were a hallmark of wedding invitations. There was a phase when invitations were a combination of printing techniques and personal touches that were added by the hosts. Today everything is possible using technology and machines.
Different kinds of paper can be used for printing and the bride and groom have the choice of textured paper, soft white paper or translucent paper to choose from. A design of their own choice can be added to the invitations and this can be managed within a matter of days. In fact the ease of producing invitations for weddings has led to ‘save the date’ invitations that are send before the actual wedding invitation too.