Established in 2010, hello invite is a full service design company that specializes in delicately handcrafted invitations.
We use only the finest quality materials, create a completely custom design, and we assemble each and every one of your invitations in-house, by hand, making sure it's perfect from start to finish. All of our invitation suites come fully assembled, at no additional cost AND we provide complimentary return address labels to match your design motif!
We believe every love story is beautiful and we would be SO honored to help you tell yours! Whether you know exactly what you want, or are unsure where to begin, we are here to help bring your wedding day vision to life!
Customer reviews (1)
Melissa was a wonderful vendor for us. We were very unsure of what we wanted our invites to look like, and she held our hand through the process. We contacted her a while before out event and met with her....then decided to buy a house and got super busy. Then right at about 2 months before our wedding we realized, Oh Crap we need invites ASAP! We contacted Melissa and she got our order done within a week - and they were very very detailed. The invites she made for us were in unbelievable! One of my friends joked there would be no way we could have a wedding as nice as the invites looked. Do not go to an online company - we looked into that and you will pay just as much, if not more and have no personal service. We also decided we wanted escort cards and she turned those around before our deadline - we told her want we were thinking and she made them match our invites and they were beautiful. Of all the vendors we used this one is up there for my highest recommendation.
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The truth is, it found me. When my husband and I got married, I did all of our wedding paper goodies. I loved every minute of it, thinking this would be so much fun to do for a living! I was so shocked at how many compliments we received from the invites to the programs and reception mementos. On our wedding day, I was talking with one of our guests and that's actually where my first real "job" came from..