Everyone knows that wedding invites set the tone for your big day — whether you're hosting a backyard barbeque or a ballroom black-tie affair. And in a digital world of endless evites and Facebook invitations, a paper invitation is sure to stand out even more. To make sure that your wedding paper goods really represent you and your fiancé's personalities, look no further than these Garden State stationery stores for the best in distinctive invites.
The Write Occasion (Wyckoff)
The gift and stationery store, which has been in business for more than 35 years, specializes in weddings. Brides-to-be can meet with a specialist who will help you choose from a large selection of high quality stationery suites. The charming gift store also provides custom in-house printing and calligraphy that will accurately reflect the theme of your big day. Worried about how to list your divorced parents on your invites? No need to stress! Because The Write Occasion has nearly four decades of experience dealing with these tricky situations, its staff can assist you in how to navigate all the etiquette issues that may come up. Read real brides' reviews here!
Adori Designs (Lebanon)
If you're looking for something truly outside-the-box, then Adori Designs can help that vision come to life. Whether you're hoping to add a strip of lace to nod to the old world décor of your reception, or want your guests to check out all the details of your destination wedding on a faux boarding pass, the custom invitation and stationery company will make it happen. For brides who want to eschew a wedding website and include all the important deets of their celebration in one physical place, Adori also creates booklet invitations that can show off your bridal style. Read real brides' reviews here!
Abbey Malcolm Press (West Deptford)
Want to see your Pinterest page come to life in your wedding stationery? Then Abbey Malcolm is your place. The company excels in staying ahead of stationery trends, with an eye for detail and a knack for creating whimsical designs that aren't too cutesy. In addition to its custom work, which can wink to your nautical nuptials or include your personal monogram, Abbey Malcolm has a diverse selection of ready to order wedding invites that you can personalize by choosing your own fonts and colors. Read real brides' reviews here!
Little Black Dress Paperie (Morristown)
If your dress is couture, then why shouldn't your stationery be the same? Little Black Dress bills itself as a "couture and luxury invitation design studio"—and that may even be an understatement. Its unique made-to-order designs can include everything from glitter to crystals to pearls to faux flowers. Known for its white glove service, the studio creates elegant and opulent paper goods tailored to each couple's needs and tastes. Read real brides' reviews here!