Helping brides create unique, one-of-a-kind, memorable invitations
Designing wedding invitations in Columbia, South Carolina and serving clients nationwide
You deserve memorable invitations that stop your guests in their tracks when they pull your unique invitation out of their mailbox. Your guests will be awestruck and feel honored to be included and excited for your special day. Your invitation proves your wedding will be one-of-a-kind, not identical to the last 3 weddings they attended.
Being memorable requires time! Time you probably don't have to do research, design, gather supplies, order prints, assemble, and address envelopes.
You want someone to hold your hand, explain your options, take your dream invitation ideas and inspirations and help you bring them to life.
You want a personal designer!
Where do you start?
What pieces do you need for your ensemble?
You need guidance!
Pink Peony Invitation Design provides:
attentive and responsive personal service
simplified and organized planning
guidance in proper etiquette
Whether your style is
Modern or Traditional,
Whimsical or Elegant,
Vibrant or Tranquil,
Pink Peony Invitation Design
will help you choose papers, envelopes, and embellishments for your personal, unique,
and memorable invitations.
The first expression of your vision for
your one-of-a-kind wedding day is
the invitation your guests receive
inviting them to attend.
Your stationery should be made-to-order specially designed for your unique vision.
Pink Peony Invitation Design offers: Personalized service, custom one-of-a-kind invitation suites, embellishment options, assembly,
calligraphy and envelope addressing, and day-of items.
Packages from 3-pieces to 7-pieces include up to these 7 items: Invitation, RSVP card, Outer Envelope, RSVP Envelope, Detail card, Inner Envelope, and Envelope Liner.
Invitation assembly includes proper order of inserts as well as placement of any ribbons or wraps and sealing with the wax seals.
Some embellishment options are:
Wax seals, belly bands, vellum wraps, and ribbons. Day-of stationery includes: menus, programs, and signage.
Calligraphy can be digitized for invitations or applied to escort or place cards as well as addressing envelopes.
& Idea Generation
During our initial consultation call, we will talk about your engagement story, decorating ideas, wedding colors, and venue. A detailed proposal with expected expenses will be generated. After payment of the retainer fee, I will design an invitation suite with paper options, printing options, colors, and embellishments for your approval.
After designing the elements of your invitation suite, we will discuss all the paper, printing methods, and embellishments available at different price points.
Next, you will choose the desired elements for your suite and make your next payment before production begins.
Once the final revisions have been approved and final guest list received, I will prepare for production and coordinate with needed vendors.
After all suite elements arrive, I will assemble and address invitations. Final payment is required before delivery to you for mailing.
Price and Benefits
Designing and printing custom invitation suites takes time. Every piece is unique to your wedding. Some pieces have multiple steps in production that contribute to their expense. It is important to me that you know in advance how much these services are so you can appropriately budget. Be sure to consider how important your peace-of-mind is when you have your guest list completed, as well as the time you will be able to spend with your loved ones before your big day instead of fretting over proper etiquette or spending hours assembling your suites. Your time and serenity are priceless during this time of celebration.
The form below provides our current price list.
Hi, I'm Amanda!
I understand the feelings of being overwhelmed
by all the invitation options!
I've been there!
I had 2 daughters get married
within 18 months.
As mother of the bride, I searched for a local person to discuss the invitation options and teach me what I needed to know. I felt alone and confused by all the options. With my 1st daughter, we ordered online, and when I went to put the invites together, they didn't have inner and outer envelopes like I expected. I also hand-addressed her invitations in cursive. Shortly after the wedding, I decided to learn pointed pen calligraphy.
In time for my 2nd daughter's wedding, I knew I wanted to design her invitations myself as well as address them in calligraphy.
These skills have grown into designing invitations for others and meeting brides in person to discuss options for their suites. You deserve invitations that reflect your unique story and express your vision for your one-of-a-kind wedding day.