Thursday, March 15, 2007

Paperlicious Introduces New Line of Fresh Affordable Wedding Invitations

ATHENS, GA - March 15, 2007 - Paperlicious announced today their new line of wedding invitations and coordinating response/reception cards that won’t break the bank! Why should wedding invitations be more expensive than any other party invite? With Paperlicious, they aren’t. And the small minimum order size (just 12) is perfect for smaller weddings.

Check out the contemporary beach/summer, fall leaves, and winter snowflake wedding themes, as well as traditional red roses and calla lily motifs. Paperlicious invitations are perfect for the casual wedding, rehearsal dinner, bridal luncheon, or bridal shower. Response cards are 3.5” x 5” and invites are 4.25” x 6”. Envelope printing is optional for just $0.30 extra an envelope.

Paperlicious turnaround time is quick and proofs are always free. In fact, check out their Ultimate Customer Support Plan. For example, looking for something in your wedding colors but can’t find the perfect combination? Now you can customize invitations to suit your style. That’s right- you can change up to 2 border colors at no additional cost!

Owner/Designer Amy Nelson’s custom couture wedding invitations first debuted on the E! Style Network show Whose Wedding Is It Anyway? Nelson made all of the paper for her own wedding, which was featured on this show, including intricate guitar and star shaped place cards. Paperlicious was also just mentioned on the E! Style Network again in December 2006.

Paperlicious’ clever wedding Toaster Stack motif was recently mentioned in respected industry trade mag Party And Paper Retailer and Greetings And Decorative Accessories magazine called Paperlicious a “fresh face” of the 2006 National Stationery Show. Our exclusive line of Twins & Friends invitations was also just featured in Pregnancy Magazine.

Stay tuned for Paperlicious' custom couture wedding designs.

Paperlicious – Stylish. Affordable. Fun!

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