New Luxurious Wedding Invitations from Minted

You might know Minted for their range of well-designed wedding invitations, or maybe for how easy it is to use their website and place a personalized order. Now, Minted is taking things to another level with quality letterpress printing, luxurious museum board paper, and new premium consultation from their Perfection Team. Read on for the details (and to get a peek at some of Minted’s new letterpress designs)…

Returning to their roots, a number of Minted wedding invitations are now available in letterpress. Using vintage Heidelberg presses, Minted prints creates crisp, deep impressions by hand (in up to 3 colors!) on thick 100% cotton paper, for a beautiful tactile experience that will impress your guests.

Minted has also added Luxe Museum Board paper, a gorgeous option for brides who want the flexibility of digital printing, but also want their invitations to have that extra something special. 3 times as thick as Minted’s Signature paper, it gives invitations a luxurious feel – it’s actually so thick, it’s unbendable!

Minted has also elevated already-stellar customer service with their new complimentary Perfection Team. Get the help of dedicated design consultants who can guide you in choosing the perfect invites, customization options, and even offer etiquette advice! And thanks to new online screen sharing, all of this is available from the comfort of your living room: collaborate with your design consultant over the phone while seeing real-time design changes on your screen. It doesn’t get much easier than that!

And just in case you’re unsure about ordering wedding invitations online, Minted continues to offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee and will work with you until your invitations are exactly what you envisioned.

As I’ve said again and again, there’s no way to properly convey how luxurious letterpress is by looking at a computer screen, so be sure to request a free sample kit for the chance to feel the quality of Minted letterpress. They do not disappoint!


This post sponsored by Minted.


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