Wedding Invitations from Minted
GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED.
I only have a few wedding regrets, well, maybe just one ::cough photographer cough:: and I loved our wedding invitations., I still do. Navy ink on crisp white paper, with raised dots around the border, super simple and clean. That was sort of our wedding theme. Simple.
Of course, then I saw the wedding invitations from Minted. I mean look at them:
After looking at Minted’s amazing selection of invitations, I think either my taste’s have changed or it is a matter of invitations simply not being this cool back in the day. Because this one is certainly not simple, but I love it:
What I think is so interesting about Minted as a company is that it is a community of independent designers based worldwide that come together under one storefront. The result is enough varied designs to please every taste. Plus, shopping at Minted supports independent designers who might otherwise have a hard time getting their designs to market. They also hold monthly design challenges.
Minted has inspiration boards that are so, so pretty. Looking at them is like getting lost in a tightly curated pinterest.
And how amazing is this cake:
Maybe I DO have wedding regrets. Our 10 year anniversary is in 2014, maybe I should planning a vow renewal now. I know where I will get the invites. Maybe this one, it’s totally simple.
Oh and hey guess what! Minted generously offered a giveaway for a lucky reader to win $50 Minted credit towards their next order. To enter, just leave a comment on this post. How about your favorite thing about your wedding? And if you aren’t married, what is something you think is your wedding must have? And if you have no plans of ever, ever getting married and think these giveaway entry comment suggestions are dumb, just leave a comment about anything: booze, cake, cats, whatever.
Giveaway ends Friday, March 22nd at midnight (pacific). Winner will be notified via email. Giveaway open worldwide.
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I received store credit in exchange for writing about wedding invitations; however, I do not plan on spending it on wedding invitations. I think I’ll keep my husband around and get business cards instead. Very practical of me. Plus, I like him.
UPDATE: The winner of the giveaway is comment #9 – Wendy!