I am so excited about today's post! A company called Basic Invite reached out and asked if I would do a review of their products and share a bit about them. I said yes please! You all know how much I love cute paper products. There is nothing as wonderful as receiving a handwritten note in the mail. I immediately went to check out their website to choose some cute sample products.
They specialize in invitations (I had the best time browsing their wedding invites), but they also have personalized stationery, note cards, and thank yous. It was so easy to customize the features on whatever product you choose and their selection of colors is amazing. The unique first birthday invitations are extra cute and there's a certain first birthday party I'm planning in a few months!
Hands down, my favorite part of Basic Invite is that once you design your creation, you can receive a sample in the mail of your creation. This is essential, in my opinion, when it comes to something major like wedding invitations.
And Basic Invite also has this cool Address Capturing Service that allows customers to simply share a link on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or any other form of social media to request their friends and family’s addresses which will be stored in the customer’s account and can then be selected during the design process. Basic Invite offers recipient address printing at no cost on all Christmas card orders! Seriously, how awesome is that?
Ok, are you ready to see the goodies I chose?!
I designed a cute thank you card from Hank that I just love! I had a great time playing around with the fonts and styles and every single part of these goodies are able to be edited. I adore these and am thinking of ordering a bunch.
Ok, these notecards are my faves. I LOVE the shiny foil detail on the sides. I got to choose all fonts and colors. Are these classy or what?
I also designed these personalized flower cards that look Lily Pulitzer-inspired to me. These could also work as thank you notes too. I personalized every bit of these cuties too.
How fun are the teacher note cards I designed? I love how it's just one flat sheet (no fold). I got creative and changed "from the desk of" to "from the classroom of." These are a definite step up from regular post-its. These would be fun for summer mail to send to students too.
These were beautifully made, classy paper products. I will certainly re-order. Even the mailing envelope had an extra touch of cute.
And here's a deal for Sunday Kinda Love readers, Right now Basic Invite is offering 15% off with coupon code: 15FF51
Yay for cute paper goodies! Check out the FUN at Basic Invite
Savor Your Sparkle,