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Invitations by Dawn + Semi Annual Sale!

Invitations by Dawn + Semi Annual Sale!

When a wedding stationery company has been making pretty happen for almost four decades, it’s a safe bet they know what they’re doing. Invitations by Dawn has spent the past 35 years honing their printing skills, paper selection, and beautiful design offerings to bring you the best in the business for even the most budget-conscious brides.


Whether you jump into the wedding invitation search knowing exactly what design you’re looking for or only having a loose theme idea, Invitations by Dawn will have your perfect fit. With a team of designers who have their fingers on the pulse of today’s hottest wedding trends, you can rest assured your wedding stationery will be not only timeless, but also a perfect fit for current styles.


From Invitations by Dawn: Invitations by Dawn was established 35 years ago by a group of people with a passion for printing fine stationery and the expertise to make it happen. Offering masterful printing, quality paper and exceptional design has been key to our success since the beginning. Our name may not be new and trendy but our decades of printing knowledge is invaluable. Why mess with a good thing? When customers come to Invitations by Dawn, they trust our name and our experience.


Invitations by Dawn has taken special note of a current wedding trend that we’re also pretty fond of: soft floral motifs. Their selection of floral wedding invitations cover everything from elegant ballroom weddings to outdoor secret garden weddings to bohemian weddings with a watercolor theme.


Exclusively for Ruffled readers, Invitations by Dawn is offering 20% off your entire purchase with the code RUFFLED20. This offer includes their premium collections such as Letterpress and Foil-Stamped invitations but does exclude Disney Invitations. The offer is valid through 3/12/2015, so make sure you take advantage while it’s still around!

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  • I love how simple these invites are, yet they still create big statements. The last watercolor looking one is divine.

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