Your favorite invitation designs (the return!)

Lotsa y'all liked this design from Vistaprint.
So, you know how I can sorta spy on y'all's shopping habits? I certainly can't see who buys what, but I CAN see trends of what y'all like, based on what you buy after clicking links on Offbeat Bride.

Sometimes, I like to gather up this data in my arms (LIKE A HUG! A BIG DATA-RICH HUG!) and share it with y'all — like sharing your favorite shoes. This time, I thought I'd share the wedding invitations that lots of y'all have been loving over the last few months.

Today's invitations are all from, but I can also see that a TON of you ordered custom invitations from Vistaprint. (Totally makes sense: Vistaprint is cheap and awesome.)

Anyway, less talking, more clicking and eye-boggling. Let's get inspired by each other's tastes — we've got mustaches, tractors, paper lanterns, fireflies and 8-bit awesomness to gawk at!

Click the pictures to learn more about each design!

Stache + Kiss Wedding Invitations

Mr. Laurence Wedding Invitations

Barn Party! Wedding Invitations

fireflies Wedding Invitations

Vintage Ranch Wedding Invitations

Bold Brackets Wedding Invitations

Celebrate Florals Wedding Invitations

Farm Country Wedding Invitations

Summer Lanterns Wedding Invitations

Cityscape Union Wedding Invitations

All of these designs come as wedding invitations OR save the dates, and it looks like Minted is running a special now: 15% off wedding stationery with code SPARKLE15.

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