With so much time at home now, other than working, I’ve been trying to find new hobbies to keep time going by. It’s been so hard to separate my ‘work hours’ and my ‘life’ time. The couch and dining table are within a few steps of each other. Two milestones are coming up in the near future – I’m turning 30 soon (yay…..nay….) and that I’m going to be getting married! Although with everything closed, all I can do is look up stuff online these days. One site that I’ve been browsing is Basic Invite – your one stop shop for all invitation needs.
Basic Invite, contrary to the name, is not basic at all. They offer unlimited colour combinations with online previews, and you can adjust each element of the card. This ranges from having multiple font colours on a card, or changing the shade of green of a leaf! Additionally, customers can order a sample to see the paper quality in hand, prior to placing the final order. There’s more customization on here than building your bridesmaid dresses!
A free address collection service is also available to request addresses by sharing a link through social media or email and get free envelope printing. Plus, there are over 40 envelope colours – all them use the peel and seal method (which is great because I hate licking envelopes!)
Of course the wedding invitations caught my eye, but there’s a lot more than that on Basic Invite. From baby showers to graduations, and birthday invitations, you can get very lost on this site. I did not know there could be so many birthday invitation party templates. There are themed invitations for brunch parties, a donut themed birthday, or a detective party. Pretty sure when I was having birthday parties, mine were all Harry Potter themed only – year after year LOL.
Now that I’m getting into the age of hitting older birthdays and friends with children, it is fun to get creative but also save time by customizing everything online. For me and my turning 30 group of friends, we are planning to do a little trip (as long as the world is back to normal by then,) and I feel like the 40 year old mark isn’t too far away. Perhaps I should dish out 40th birthday invitations then?
This post was made in collaboration with Basic Invite.