Traditional And Modern Carlson Craft Wedding Invitations

If you are currently in a situation where you will be ordering wedding invitations, then more likely than not you’ve probably heard of Carlson Craft. What initially started out as Carlson Letter Service over 60 years ago is now the world’s single largest wedding invitation and social stationary printer. Today the company is much different and as you would suspect much larger than it was back in the day, but Carlson Craft’s love and dedication to their wedding invitations and other stationary products is pretty much second to none. This fact alone should give you reason enough to have them on your list when looking at who you’ll eventually buy your wedding invites from. Whether you’re wanting to go a more traditional and simple route or a little more modern with your invitations, I can almost guarantee that Carlson Craft will have something that you feel would be a great option for telling your friends and family all of the details about your big day.

The following are a few options that I found while searching around the web for some great invitations from their collections. I tried to give you a good mix of everything so that you can get a nice, well-rounded overview of what Carlson Craft has to offer. If you would like to take a better look at any of these collections, feel free to click on through to to find out more information about each one.

The Sketchy, Flowery and Clean Collection

This is a softer collection that is more traditional than modern although it still has some clean lines that makes it a little classier than most invitations. You can fully personalize all parts of this collection and for each invite ends up costing a little over $2. [buy/view now on Amazon]

Red, Electric and Hot Collection

If you’re looking for something more exciting, something more eye-popping and something a little more, well — red, then this is the Carlson Craft collection for you. This package includes save the dates, wedding invitations and rsvp cards so you’re pretty much covered. These come in packs of 75 pieces and will run you about $183 for each set. [buy/view now on]

Traditional White Collection

If you’re looking for a cheaper and more traditional wedding invitation, but you still want to stick with the Carlson Craft collection, then these invites are for you. They are simple and get the job done as far as wedding invitations go and will only cost you about $80 for a 100 of them. That’s under $1 a piece for some world-class invites, which is one heck of a deal if you ask me. [buy/view now on]

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