Monday, February 2, 2009

Graphic Thinking - Customized Invitations and Thank you Cards

If you are thinking about a truly customized photo invitation or a beautiful and original thank you card to send after your Big Day, I love the work of artist and designer Linda, at graphicthinking.com. Her invitations and designs are completely UNIQUE. I love that you can work one-on-one with the designer, have unlimited revisions and she will professionally retouch your photos. Additionally, her prices are very competitive! I especially love them for second marriages, thank yous, Holiday gretting cards and birth announcements.

I have personally ordered from Linda for my son's first and second birthday bashes and have been so happy with the end results!! She will work with you to create a one-of-a kind invitation for your very special day. I provided a link so you can browse her gallery and see what I mean. I also included a few samples for you to view....





4 comments:

Devon said...

Those invitations look great. i have a question on the color of the invitations. I finally found an invitation that I love, but it only comes in pink and is not available in any other color. My wedding colors are silver and violet, but I am incorporating a little pink in my flowers and flower girl dresses. Do you have to match your invitations to your color scheme? I always thought that you did, but am not sure.

Ms. Matrimony:-) said...

Hi Devon!

Your invitations will set the tone and feel of your Wedding. They are your guests first impression of your special day. You do not necessarily need to go "matchy-matchy" with your invitations. However, pink tends to be a very feminine and playful color, depending on the hue you select. In my opinion, just make sure the STYLE of the invitation you love, matches the kind of Wedding you want. For instance, if you are having an elegant black tie affair, you will not want to select a pink invitation with daisies and butterflies! If you love the pink invitation and it coordinates and conveys the personality of your Wedding then go for it! Also, maybe think about incorporating silver ink when you print your invitations (just make sure it's a tone dark enough that you can easily read). Good luck!!!

michelleR said...

I have heard about your store from a Friend of mine that was married a year ago. We are thinking about having a destination wedding and we want to come back to NJ and have a small reception. How long should I give myself to order invitations?

Ms. Matrimony:-) said...

Hi Michelle!
Congratulations! A good rule of thumb is a solid two weeks. This allows enough time to process the order, print it and then ship it. Also, if you are requesting a proof, it allows you a few days to review it if needed. If you would like my assistance with selecting the perfect invitation, I will be very happy to help you:-)