Make Your Mark: Twin Cities Wedding Stationary Designers

Calligraphy or casual, contemporary or classic, cleverly designed invitations are the clarion call for celebration

No matter your wedding’s color scheme, your invitation signals a red-letter day. Its arrival in mailboxes is the first impression guests will have of your celebration—so make it memorable by hiring a designer who will capture the essence of your day. Besides being a beautiful keepsake, invitations serve as a helpful code to your future guests, giving them a sense of what to expect, from dress codes to dinner decorum—and it might just speed along those RSVPs.

MaeMae & Co., 521 S. Seventh St., Ste. 624, Mpls., 612-353-5711, maemaepaperie.com

Gretchen Berry Design Co., 952-922-5176, gretchenberry.com

Red Stamp, redstamp.com

Watermark, 810 Lake St. E., Wayzata, 952-473-7230, watermarkstationery.com

Paper, Rock, Scissor, paperrockscissor.com

Erin Ries Creativity, 651-261-6076, erinriescreativity.com

Crystal Kluge, 612-377-2983, crystalkluge.com; Crystal Pencils, $12/set of three; and goldtone paper clips, $5, both @ Russell & Hazel, Galleria, Edina, 952-204-3138, russellandhazel.com

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