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Arabella Papers

Atlanta, GA 30319
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Arabella Papers has specialized in custom stationery and invitations since 2007. The company uses a signature raised-printing process with greater design flexibility and none of the downsides from other methods of raised prints. The design team creates wedding invitations as well as birth announcements, holiday cards, Bar and Bat Mitzvah invitations, and products for corporate events. Arabella Papers has been featured in bridal publications such as Brides Atlanta, InStyle Weddings, and Inside Weddings.

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Bride’s Best Friend

Kennesaw, GA 30152
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Bride’s Best Friend has provided printed wedding invitations and hand calligraphy services for over 17 years in Atlanta and across the United States. Clients can choose from 20 national brands, over 50 invitation albums, and a full line of accessories. Bride’s Best Friend schedules both phone consultations and in-person appointments to help with every step of the ordering process. Clients highly recommend the company for friendly, attentive, and convenient service.

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Bumblebee Press

Atlanta, GA 30307
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Bumblebee Press is a full-service letterpress studio located in Atlanta and specializing in printing and design since 1993. The studio accepts custom-designed projects for wedding invitations, save-the-dates, baby announcements, branding, and stationery. The studio specializes in environmentally-conscious printing, using only 100% recycled cotton paper and soy-based inks. The printing plates, plastics, and metals are also recycled.

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EventPrints

Atlanta, GA 30318
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EventPrints creates unique invitations for weddings, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, and gala events. The company also offers party graphics, event décor, and addressed envelopes. Customers can order prints online with customizable colors, paper, pockets, backer cards, diecut corners, and Hebrew script. EventPrints features a 7-day risk-free guarantee for custom invitation proofs. Past clients highly recommend working with the professional, knowledgeable, and helpful staff.

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Foglio Press

Atlanta, GA 30318
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Foglio Press is an invitation and stationery studio serving clients in Atlanta and worldwide. The company’s products reflect simplicity, craftsmanship, and timelessness. Owner Sarah Sorrentino-Noble has worked in the stationery industry since 2001. Her work has been featured on The Knot, Wedding Chicks, Style Me Pretty, Southern Bride, The Perfect Palette, and more. Foglio Press is also an approved member of the Wedding Lovely Vendor Guide and has been recognized by the 2015 Wedding Wire Couple’s Choice Awards.

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Invitation Creations

Powder Springs, GA 30127
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Invitation Creations specializes in customized invitations, serving Atlanta-area clients since 2008. Owner Patricia May designs wedding invitations, save-the-dates, reception items, holiday cards, and baby/kids announcements. The company won The Knot 2013 Best of Weddings and multiple awards from Wedding Wire Couple’s Choice and Bride’s Choice Awards. Past clients have praised Invitation Creations for exceeding their expectations.

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Paces Papers

Atlanta, GA 30305
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Paces Papers is a fine stationery and designer invitations store located in Atlanta. Founder Jackie Garson Howard started the business in 1974. Paces Papers offers clients expertise in custom design and creativity with a team of graphic designers and illustrators. The business boasts exclusive designer invitations, stationery albums, and one of the world’s largest collections of handmade papers. The team of designers specialize in letterpress, engraving, thermography, lithography, and blind embossing.

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T.evenire Stationery Boutique

Atlanta, GA 30316
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T.evenire Stationery Boutique is based in Atlanta and serves clients locally, out-of-state, and internationally. The boutique designs wedding invitations, announcements, programs, menus, save-the-dates, place cards, and other paper goods for any occasion. Owner Teras also provides mentoring and coaching for other stationery designers and branding help for business professionals.

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Wedding Angels Bridal Boutique

Roswell, GA 30075
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Wedding Angels Bridal Boutique is a family-run business that has over 14 years of professional wedding experience in the Atlanta Metro area. The business offers gowns, tuxedos, custom invitations, and stationery. Wedding Angels designs and produces all kinds of paper, including thank you notes, RSVP cards, save-the-dates, menus, place cards, personalized napkins, and party invites. The company has been recognized by the 2016 Wedding Wire Couple’s Choice Awards and The Knot Best of Weddings in 2012 and 2016.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do you handwrite addresses on wedding invitations?

A: Some people choose to handwrite the addresses on their wedding invitations. If you don’t like how your handwriting looks, you can opt for printed stickers instead. Another option is to pay a calligrapher to address your invitations.

Q: Which name goes first on the wedding invitation?

A: Traditionally, the bride's name goes first because the bride's parents typically pay for the wedding. But, if the groom's parents are paying for most of the wedding, you can choose to put his name first. If neither of these situations apply, you can put the names in alphabetical order instead.

Q: How do you address wedding invitations?

A: Address wedding invitations based on the recipient(s):

  • For families, use the family name and include each member who's invited
  • For married couples, use their shared or individual surnames.
  • For plus-ones, find out and include the person's name. If you can't, you can refer to them as “John's guest” or “Jane's guest.”

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