Invites by Ana

Custom Invitations & Stationery

Let's Say "I Do!"

By creating an invitation with a theme, you can showcase your personalities, hobbies or wedding location. Bold colors, muted colors, and various color combinations can be represented on invitations. Coordinating your wedding colors with your invites is easy. Perhaps you are looking for a special shaped invitation or an invitation with a little more details, like embellishments such as ribbons, layers and jackets. Invite guests to celebrate your engagement, bridal shower, bachelorette party, rehearsal dinner & post wedding brunch. Also announce your wedding with classic or unique save the dates.

Wedding Invitations

Save the Dates
Ceremony & Reception Decor
Bridal Shower & Celebrations

Seashell Destination Invitation

Rustic Burgundy Invitation 

Airplane Destination Save the Date

Romantic Floral Invitation

Rustic Cowboy Inspired Invitation

Watercolor Floral Invitation

Seahorse Beach Wedding Invitation

Beauty & The Beast Inspired Invitation 

Dress Bridesmaid Proposal


Mailing your wedding invitations seems pretty straightforward, right? Not so fast…there are a few important things to remember before sending them out. Here’s a step-by-step to show you how to mail wedding invitations properly.

Step 1. Stamp and address all of the response card envelopes.
This is standard wedding invitation etiquette and an important courtesy to extend to your guests. Feel free to hand address the response card envelopes with your return address or use labels. Guests will find it that much easier to drop their responses in the mail, which means you get a more accurate head count without having to call so many late responders.
Step 2. Have one stuffed envelope weighed at the post office.
Many wedding invitation ensembles can be mailed for one standard postage stamp or the cost of a wedding stamp (70¢ per 2 oz rather than 49¢ per 1 oz). However, if you choose a uniquely shaped invitation (square, for example) or if you upgrade to a thicker paper, you may surpass the weight limit per stamp. Have one ensemble weighed so you know exactly how much postage you need.

Step 3. Stamp them!
Get some pretty stamps for mailing those beautiful wedding invitations. Shutterfly has a really nice selection of custom postage stamps if you’re looking for something a little more personalized. Whichever way you go, be sure to order enough stamps for your invitations and response cards.

Step 4. Drop them in the mail.
Send your invitation six to eight weeks prior to your wedding date, or 10-12 weeks for a destination wedding.