4 Reasons Your Next Invitation Should Be Custom Designed

Written by / Design, Marketing


MODpaperInvitesYou just finalized the guest list. You have the theme. You have the location. You have the perfect pair of shoes… now you just need people to show up!
Sending out the right invitation can ensure that your event is a success. When setting the tone for your event, consider these benefits of hiring a designer.

  1. Your time is important! Whether it is a charity ball or your own wedding, hiring a designer lets you spend more time planning other details so you can leave the grueling task of designing, printing, stuffing, and addressing to someone else! (Plus all that work would ruin your manicure!)
  2. Custom design lets you tailor the invitation to your every wish. Want to match the envelope color to your flowers? Done. Want a custom logo for your croquet party? Done. Hiring a designer allows your invitation to reflect your personal style and the uniqueness of the event.
  3. Ask an expert. Not sure how to word a wedding invitation when one set of parents is divorced? Need to setup a mail merge document? Don’t know how to customize your printer to an obscure envelope size? Your designer can address all of these issues and take care of them for you, making sure you’re satisfied with the results.
  4. Keep the look cohesive. The stationery possibilities for your event can go far beyond invitations.
 A designer can develop each piece so your event looks seamless and organized. The invitation design can serve as a base moving on to programs, place cards, wine bottle labels, favor tags, napkins, table numbers, tags for welcome bags at the hotel, even thank you cards for you to send out post event.

Every event deserves to be special. Hiring a custom designer allows you to make a lasting first impression with your guests. By adding a touch of your own personality, and the prestige of professional, clean design, your invitation sets the tone for a fabulous event and leaves guests gabbing about every last detail long after it’s over.

Written by / Design, Marketing

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