What makes RoseyMae Wedding Paper Design different?
Your wedding invitation is important. It sets the tone of your wedding day. It often is the first introduction your guests will have to you and your fiancé as a couple. It should reflect your style, your vision, your relationship. There are a few different factors that truly set RoseyMae Wedding Paper Design apart from the rest:
- Design Work. At RoseyMae Design, all of our invitations are custom created for each individual bride. We have many designs on our website. Each of these was created for a unique bride. Your wedding should not be a cookie-cutter version of someone else’s big day. Can we recreate a design for you? Of course, but we always work hard to make it unique to you. Do you have ideas? Do you want something unique? That is our specialty. We are willing to listen to you and it is all included in our low prices. No extra charge for a custom design.
- Paper Quality. Don’t be fooled by invitation companies that promise “the lowest prices”. Very often the lowest prices also mean the lowest quality. Not all papers are created the same. Paper weight matters. When your guests receive your invitation they will hold it in your hands. It should have a luxurious feel. It should have some weight and possibly texture. It should not feel like the marketing postcard the new dentist in town sends out. Most invitation companies promising low prices print on a 12 or 14 pt photo stock, a flimsy cardstock for photo invitations. Ours is a luxurious matte 16 pt. stock. We also offer linen paper, pearl paper, kraft and a linen-pearl combo. Other designers will charge extra for paper options beyond the standard. At RoseyMae Design, 16 pt. photo paper, linen, and pearl finishes ARE standard. No extra charge.
- Choice and Affordability. At RoseyMae Wedding Paper Design we have a limitless number of options available. And we work with every type of budget. We offer simple and straightforward photo invitations, kraft paper, linen, layered, laser-cut, letterpress, and foil. Have you seen something unique and don’t know where to find it? Simply explain what you want. We can design it and give you an affordable price quote. We keep our pricing simple and easy to understand. You can view our simple Package Pricing here. If your package is more unique, or you want a higher-end option, select package D. You will find that our pricing on laser-cut, letterpress, and foil printing is very reasonable and competitive.
Here is a sample comparison with another large and popular local vendor that promises “No one will save you more money!”
Bride Kelly needs 500 invitations. She wants an upgraded look and so she wants to print on shimmer paper. She also needs two sets of insert cards in a quantity of 100 each.
| RoseyMae Wedding Paper Design
||Local Invitation Provider: "BWA"
|Package B, quantity 500: $320
||500 Single side invitations: $220
|Custom Design Work: Included
||Custom Design Work: $30
|Shimmer Paper: Included
||Shimmer Paper, qty. 500: $100
|Insert 1, quantity 100: Included
||Insert 1, quantity 100: $35
|Insert 1, shimmer paper: Included
||Insert 1, shimmer paper: $20
|Insert 2, quantity 100: Included
||Insert 2, quantity 100: $35
|Insert 2, shimmer paper: Included
||Insert 1, shimmer paper: $20
On July 15th RoseyMae Design participated in the LaCaille Bridal Extravaganza. It was so fun to get to know the enthusiastic brides and the other wedding vendors. LaCaille is a gorgeous setting with a romantic feel. We showcased many of our newest laser-cut designs. These beauties fit right in with this beautiful venue. The laser-cuts have a quality of elegance and luxury. If you want a truly unique and stunning invitation, let us design one of these pieces of art just for you.
"What is your wedding theme?" It's a question asked of most brides somewhere during the wedding planning process. What is a theme? Do I have to have a theme? What kind of theme do I want? Unless you're a bride who has planned her wedding day since age 12, a theme might be somewhat daunting, if even elusive. Simply put, a wedding theme is something that brings everything together. A nautical theme might include smart invitations done in navy, white, and gold. It could also include seaside decor and shrimp appetizers. The details of a wedding with a Rustic Chic theme might include burlap, pearls, and ladyfinger sandwiches. Whatever your theme, make sure it reflects the true personality of your relationship with your fiance. Are you fun-loving & adventurous, romantic & silly, high-class & modern? Don't be afraid to show some personality in your wedding, beginning with your wedding invite. It helps guests to feel like they know you and are a part of your new life together. It's the little details that bring everything together. A color scheme or a personalized logo on your wedding invitation is a good place to start. Carry that element throughout your day, from the ceremony to the party afterwards. It's the little things that bring it all together.
Wedding Season is in full swing and many brides are shopping for wedding invitations for their spring or summer weddings. Here are some of our newest wedding invitations hot off the presses!
This modern photo wedding invite is full of taste and class. I love the urban cityscape in the background. Congrats Giselle and Kameron, married March 12th!
Modern styling and a color scheme to die for, this wedding invitation shows off Victoria's exquisite taste. This is the perfect invitation for a modern summer wedding at an art gallery!
The complete suite! Karolina and Tyler wanted a unique custom invitation to complement their rustic wedding theme. A hand-drawn tree with romantic leaves in their cheerful summer palette was just the thing. This unique wedding invitation was backed with kraft paper to give a rustic and elegant touch.
Your wedding invitation is the perfect way to introduce your wedding and your fiancé to your friends and family. Who doesn’t want to be invited to the event of the year? Right? Make your wedding that event. Your invitation sets the vibe and lets your guests know what to expect. Is your day Romantic? Rustic? Modern? Fun? Be sure to let your style show.
The font you choose for your wedding invite says a lot. It can convey the tone of your wedding. Don’t be afraid to use and combine creative and unique fonts. A graphic designer can help you decide what fonts look good together and complement your wedding style.
Think of your Décor
Are you decorating with hay bales and wagon wheels? You probably want to stay away from modern and minimalist in your wedding invite. Be sure to keep your wedding décor in mind when you discuss your wedding invitation with your designer. Include a hint of your color scheme as well. A hint of gold or mint, along with a bold splash of coral is a fresh and unique color scheme. Going with clean navy and white can signify a nautical theme. Whatever your design, be sure to let your personality show!
Your engagement photo speaks a thousand words! Including a separate photo adds a personal touch to your wedding announcement. It’s also a great way to introduce your fiancé to long distance friends and family. Going with a photo wedding invitation? You can still add elements of your wedding style. Include your color scheme in fonts and embellishments. Add a personal logo or motif that gives a hint of a retro style.
Keep these ideas in mind and you will fall in love all over again, with your gorgeous wedding invitation!