Signature Details

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Die Cut Shapes

From mini flags to city skylines to starfish, we enjoy incorporating different shapes into our invitation sets. Adding a shape can be an unexpected and fun way to set your invitation apart. See more examples

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Backers

An invitation has two sides, silly! The back of your invitation is another place to get creative with custom details. Try an all-over pattern inspired by your linens or your wedding date engraved on fabric paper. See more examples

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Interactive Stamps

Dress up the stamp on your reply envelope by adding an interactive design around it! Try a decorative frame border, butterflies carrying the stamp, or critters crawling out from underneath it. See more examples

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Printing Underneath
Reply Envelope

Printing underneath the reply envelope flap is another signature touch of CBP! Your guests will love finding this hidden message when sending in their reply cards. Use this area to showcase your pups or just to express a sweet sentiment. See more examples

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Foldout Maps

Whether used as a save the date or an insert in an invitation set or welcome basket, maps are a perfect way to get your guests excited about exploring your wedding city. See more examples

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Clever Copy

We love brainstorming copy! Stick with traditional wording for the invitation itself, but have fun with clever copy on the other pieces of your set! See more examples

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Foil Stamping

Don’t let us foil you – we’re obsessed with foil stamping at CBP! While we love matte paper, we definitely love dressing it up with pops of shine as well! Hits of foil stamping are a great way to enhance an invitation set. See more examples

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Hidden Details

At CBP, we love when your guests find hidden details each time they pick up your invitation set. One of our favorite ways to do this is by hiding small details in the prints. A bumblebee nestled into the swag print of an envelope liner or two golf clubs buried into the invitation’s border. wink. wink. See more examples

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Mini Envelopes

If it’s mini and it looks like an envelope, then it is a favorite of CBP! Use a mini envelope with printing on the front to hold your reception, brunch or web card. Your guests will love opening the package within a package. See more examples

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Printing On Inner Envelope Shoulder

Postmen may no longer deliver the mail on foot, but that doesn’t keep us from sticking with tradition. We love using inner envelopes for our wedding invitation sets! Not only does the inner add protection in the mail, it also allows us to get creative with printing a phrase on the inner envelope shoulder. See more examples

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Themed Reception Cards

Getting married in Vegas or at the Boston Public Library? A themed reception card is a fun way to bring your reception venue to life. It adds pizazz to a classic invitation set. See more examples

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Insert Cards

Insert creativity here. Insert cards are a great way to have even more fun with paper. It’s more than just one day, it’s a whole weekend of festivities! Welcome cocktails, barbecues, rehearsal dinners, brunches…keep your guests in the know in a unique way! Create a mini booklet, package pieces in an envelope, or use a die cut bellyband to keep everything neatly contained and cohesive. See more examples

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Postage

Don’t forget about postage. More info here.

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Postage

Don’t forget about postage. More info here.