This post is sponsored by Basic Invite. Although I received compensation to share this information, all thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you for taking the time to learn about this company and its products. 

Whether you’re thanking family and friends for all their love and support throughout the years or inviting them to attend your child’s graduation ceremony and/or celebration, it’s important to let them know sooner rather than later.

There’s no better way to do so than with Basic Invite, a website that offers custom wedding invitations and social stationery. What sets Basic Invite apart from others of its kind are the following:

They have a variety of colors for you to choose. 
Basic Invite is one of the few websites that allows customers almost unlimited color options with instant previews online. Once you select a design you can change the color of each element on the card to over 180 different color options so you can make sure the card is exactly how you want it down to the littlest detail. This is what we feel sets us apart from almost any other online stationery company and is what we feel is our biggest draw.

They have custom samples for you to try.
Basic Invite is one of the few websites that allows customers the ability to order a printed sample of their actual invitation. This allows you to see how your invites will look and feel before they go out to family and friends.

They have 40 different color envelopes to showcase your personality.
Mix and matching or creating a color scheme for your invites is a lot easier with a variety of colorful invitations available at Basic Invite. With over 40 different colors to choose from, your envelopes will stand out before its opened by your recipients. All of the Basic Invite envelopes are peel and seal so the envelopes can be quickly and securely closed.

They have social media address capturing functionality.
Basic Invite offers an address capturing service that allows customers to simply share a link on a social platform social to request their friends and family’s addresses. This information is then stored in the customer’s account for easy access during the design process. FYI: Basic Invite offers recipient address printing at no cost on all Christmas card orders.

They even have foil options.
Basic Invite offers foil cards and is available in gold, silver, and (my personal favorite) rose gold. Customers can choose flat or raised foil on all of the Basic Invite foil designs.

Below is a snapshot of a graduation invite I’m currently working on for my husband’s niece/goddaughter. She’s heading to college next year. It’s a bittersweet feeling watching her get excited about her next journey. Find out more about the graduation announcements for 2018 or a simple thank you card for graduation over on the Basic Invite website.

If you’re looking to create a custom invitation on Basic Invite, then I suggest taking advantage of their current offer. Throughout the month of May, Basic Invite is offering 15% off your purchase with coupon code: 15FF51

Do you have a graduation party to plan this year? Tell me about it below!

16 responses to “Preserving Memories With Basic Invite”

  1. Okay. I LOVE this! I’m a stationary whore anyway, but I am absolutely loving all the different designs they have! I especially like that they show you a preview before purchasing!

    • Yes! Isn’t it handy? I love when companies cater to their customers’ needs like this. Oh, and variety of colors is another option I love about Basic Invite.

    • Ugh! I know the feeling. I bet it was exciting to plan your wedding. Maybe for the next big event, or even recommending it to a family member or friends would be beneficial 🙂

  2. I love sites like these that have TONS of options and designs. Sites like these, really do help out and make it a lot easier to accomplish sending out invitations or thank you cards plus all the other creative ways you might need cards for.

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