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Best Wedding Invitation Designers in Seattle

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Our goal is to connect people with the best local professionals. We scored Seattle Wedding Invitation Designers on more than 25 variables across five categories, and analyzed the results to give you a hand-picked list of the best.



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Burien, WA 98166 Rating

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4.9 (13)
5.0 (12)

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Citlali Creativo is a custom invitation and personalized stationery design firm in the Seattle, Washingington metro area that was founded in 2010 by a husband and wife team. Citlali Creativo provides its services for everything from beach "save the dates" and wedding invitations to seating charts and menu cards. The company's standard turnaround time is within 2 weeks after the customer's proofs have been approved. Citlali Creativo will also print customer's original designs for $25+ file handling fee.

Seattle, WA 98119 Rating

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4.5 (4)

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Songbird Paperie is a design and calligraphy studio based in Seattle, Washington that has been featured in Seattle Bride Magazine, Style Me Pretty, 100 Layered Cake, and Ruffled. Songbird Paperie enjoys working with customers to create custom designs for wedding invitations, baby announcements, thank you cards, and personalized stationery. The studio offers several calligraphy styles, such as Adelaide, Copperplate, Ella Diagonal, Ella, Fountain, Genevieve, Natalia, and more.

Seattle, WA 98103 Rating

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4.3 (21)
4.5 (5)

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Of the Earth has been providing handmade, eco-friendly wedding invitation and supplies to the Seattle, Washington metro area since 1995. The shop offers customers several designs and options to choose from, such as the size of paper, type of paper, font, ribbons, plant attachments, and more. Of the Earth also offers its services for reception cards, directions and map cards, reply postcards, and more.

Kirkland, WA 98102 Rating

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4.5 (25)
4.6 (12)
5.0 (7)

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The successful, commercial designer Stephanie Clarke began to form Dahlia Press in 2008 when she discovered the Golding Pearl printing press. Dahlia Press uses 100% cotton, tree-free paper for letterpress printing. In addition to letterpress, the shop uses digital printing. For wedding stationary, customers can choose from the shop's collection or utilize the shop's custom design services. Dahlia press also sells phone cases, notepads, and more. Customers praise Dahlia Press for its high-quality work, great service, and professionalism.

Bothell, WA 98021

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Brown Sugar Design is wedding stationery company based in the Seattle, Washington metro area and owned by Jonathon and Whitney Speir, a couple who possesses more than twenty years of combined experience. Brown Sugar Design's work has appeared in several big name publications, such as Seattle Bride and Bride & Groom. Customers can choose their design from the studio's collection or work with the studio to create their own custom wedding invitation.

Seattle, WA 98115

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Anticipation is a graphic design studio that provides the Seattle, Washington metro area with custom wedding invitations. Anticipation offers several wedding invitation packages, such as bound, folded, booked, canned, packed, labeled, and custom. The bound package includes wire bound invitations, wood and metal covers, and exclusive packing. The booked and canned packages offer 1950s-themed comic book invitations, novel cover invitations, and tin can wedding invitations. Anticipation will also provide its services for party and baby shower invitations.

Seattle, WA 98101 Rating

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4.5 (31)
4.6 (14)

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The Pike Street Press is a commercial craft letterpress printing company located in Seattle, Washington. Pike Street Press' handmade work combines innovative and modern letterpress techniques with vintage machines to create a unique and vibrant style for each customer. The shop's standard wedding package includes "save the date" card, invitations, reply card, thank you card, envelopes, and much more. Pike Street Press' work has been featured in Sunset, Brides, Seattle Bride, City Arts, Seattle Magazine, Bride & Groom, and more.


  • Introduction

    Your wedding invitation is an opportunity to make an impression on your guests. When someone receives a wedding invitation, they feel excited about what's to come and honored to be included in the celebrations. That's why many people take their wedding invitation choice very seriously and book a professional to help them through the process. Before you hire someone, review the frequently asked questions about wedding invitations below. The answers to these questions can help you make an informed decision about who to hire for assistance with your invitations, what a professional can do, and how much it might cost.

  • What do you need in a wedding invitation?

    A wedding invitation should include essential details about the planned nuptials, clear instructions on how guests should RSVP, and a method for guests to contact the couple with further questions. Some extravagant wedding invitations come with small gifts or in decorative boxes to kick off the celebrations.

  • What information should be included in a wedding invitation?

    At the very least, a wedding invitation should include the following:

    • The couple’s name
    • The wedding date, time, and venue
    Other details you may choose to include are:
    • Who's hosting the wedding (for example, parents)
    • Any dress code
    • Venue details
    • RSVP information

  • What is included in wedding invitations?

    A wedding invitation can include:

    • The invitation and the envelope it came in
    • An RSVP card with a prestamped envelope for people to respond
    • A picture of the couple
    • A small present (such as chocolates, candy, etc.)
    • Decorations (such as flower petals, glitter, etc.)

  • In what order do you stack wedding invitations?

    Wedding invitations and their included cards should be stacked according to size. The invitation card is the largest, so it goes on the bottom. Tuck the RSVP card into the flap of the reply envelope on top, but don't put the card in the envelope. Reply envelopes should be addressed and stamped.

  • How many people should I invite to my wedding?

    The typical guest count at a wedding is 100-200 people, with an average of 167. The size of the guest list is entirely up to you, though, and you can use your wedding budget as a guide. Another good rule is to only to invite people who really matter to you.

  • How do I choose a wedding invitation style?

    Ideally, the wedding invitation you choose should match or complement the style of your wedding. For example, if you’re having a rustic, country wedding, your wedding invitation should reflect that. Additionally, many people choose a wedding invitation that features the colors they've selected for their wedding.