The Invitation Gallery

Morning, wedding belles! It’s Friday, and you know what that means. Kickin’ in the front seat, sittin’ in the backseat? Partyin’partyin’yeah? Nope. It’s Guest Post day, and today I have a humdinger for you all. Because not only am I bringing you news of a brand new supplier of Awesome in the wedding stationery department along with a special offer, but coming up in just an hour or so, they’ll be bringing you a fabulous free download right here. Yay! And I know how much you LOVE your downloads! So, without further ado, let me introduce you to The Invitation Gallery


The Invitation Gallery is a brand new venture by Event and Design, who have been in the wedding industry for almost five years.

Where Event and Design specializes in wedding coordination and bespoke stationery, the Invitation Gallery offers pre-designed stationery from top South African wedding stationery designers. Brides-to-be can choose from more than 50 wedding invitation designs and wedding day stationery sets.

This unique concept of ordering wedding stationery while from the comfort of your office or home anywhere in the world, will make at least one aspect of your wedding planning easy and stress free.

It is as easy as this:

Step 1
Browse the beautiful wedding invitation designs.

Step 2
Select a set of matching wedding stationery and place your order.

Step 3
Receive your information pack via email.

Step 4
Personalise your wedding invitations by choosing your text, colour and paper with the help of one of our talented in-house graphic designers.

Step 5
Have your customised designer wedding invitations and wedding day stationery delivered to your doorstep.

Don’t have the time to personally consult with a designer? Do you live in the countryside or abroad and don’t have access to a wedding stationery designer?
If you answered yes to any of these, the Invitation Gallery is for you.

Special offer: As part of the opening launch, you will receive a full set of thank you cards for free if you order your wedding invitations before the end of June 2011.

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