Most people choose to send their wedding invitations in envelopes, however one of the styles I love is sending them in pretty boxes. So, I’ve rounded up my favorite sources to show you how to create a boxed wedding invitation.
Paper Source is a great place to find the box mailers. They come in a variety of colors, so you can choose to send something traditional like white or black, or you can add a pop of pink for colorful mail. Zazzle allows you to customize your own postage stamps to add an extra touch of pretty personalization. Adding your address with one of my custom address stamps will make addressing your boxed wedding invitations easy, pretty, and uniform.
After you have the basics for your boxed wedding invitations, you will want to spruce them up a bit!Â Frou Frou Chic has the prettiest silk ribbon to tie around your box, or to tie together your invitation and response cards inside the box. If twine is more your style, Olive Manna has a great collection of striped, jute, linen, cotton, and bakers twine. If you are interested in adding some fun confetti, The Confetti Bar has a wide assortment of colorful confetti, and they allow you to personalize your confetti with your initials, your wedding date, and different shapes. It would be darling sprinkled inside your boxed wedding invitation!