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      Your wedding invitation is the first glimpse your guests will see of your wedding’s theme and style—so choose wisely! Whether you’re looking for classic invites or more modern styles, there are wedding invitations and...Read more other paper products to fit every personality. A reputable stationer in Greater New York City Metro will help you browse wedding invitations and choose the right look for your big day!

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      New York City Wedding Invitations -- How to Find the Right Stationer to Make the Perfect Wedding Invitations in New York City

      As soon as your wedding venue, date and time are secured, it’s time to start thinking invitations. Wedding invitations come in all shapes, sizes and colors. You can choose to order them online, but nothing beats sitting down face-to-face with a stationer and/or a calligrapher to design customized New York City wedding invitations.

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      Why Choose Wedding Invitations in New York City

      Living in New York City opens up a world of invitation possibilities. You are surrounded by some of the best, most creative and innovative artists in the world. Wherever you look, from Brooklyn to the Bronx to Queens and Staten Island, you can find amazing stationary vendors who specialize in creating beautiful NYC wedding invitations. Your stationer will listen to your thoughts and help you craft your invitation vision.

      How to Create Your New York City Wedding Invitations

      Think about your wedding invitations as an extension of the wedding itself. They should reflect the style of your wedding. Are you dreaming of a formal ceremony? Then consider classic and elegant invitations on thick cardstock with black or gold font. If your matrimony is set to be a more freestyle celebration, add color to your invites, along with dramatic fonts. You can even play with the size and shape of your card, going for scalloped or circular invitations.

      If you already know the theme and colors of your wedding, add those characteristics to your save-the-dates and your invitations. It’s also a great idea to have your stationer work on your entire "suite", including things like your place cards, menus, and thank you stationary so that everything will match.

      How to Find the Right Stationer

      Living in New York City means you have a very good problem. Namely, you can easily find talented stationers in every borough. So, how do you choose? WeddingWire can help you with that. Take a look at our listings and then start reviewing each stationer’s portfolio. You may also want to ask your wedding planner for recommendations. Your venue coordinator may also be able to provide referrals.

      Schedule a consultation with potential stationers to make sure they understand your vision for your NYC wedding invitations.

      Budgeting for Your Wedding Invitations in New York City

      You should establish a clear budget for your New York City wedding invitations. Otherwise, it’s easy for costs to get out of hand. How much will your invitations set you back? The amount will vary depending on the cost of the stationer, whether you wish to bring in a calligrapher, and how many extra bells and whistles you want on your invitations. That means things like pricey paper, colored inks, engraved printing, envelope liners or enclosures in the card.

      Before starting on your invitations, make sure your guest list is complete, or close to complete so the stationer can correctly price out your project and order enough supplies.

      Sending out your wedding invitations feels great, but your wedding planning job is far from done. You’ll want to make sure your wedding website is up, so guests can start perusing your registry. Also, when those RSVPs start coming in, that means it’s time to start building the seating chart.

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