Discounts, giveaways, and exciting brand NEW designs from Royal Steamline #Sponsors: Invitation Designers#giveaway#invitation packages#invitations#retro#steampunk#wedding coupon codes January 17 | Megan Finley Horowitz meggyfin This business paid a fee to be listed on Offbeat Bride because they feel their products and services are a great fit with offbeat philosophies… and we agree. Learn more about our ads. Since they've been a longtime sponsors of Offbeat Bride, most of you have probably already fawned all over Royal Steamline wedding invitations. Their amazing invitations are created by two designers who want to offer non-traditional brides and grooms wedding stationery to complement your unique events — original vintage, steampunk, gothic and retro designs that are not available anywhere else. If you've been drooling over these invites (and less face it, most of us DO) then get your salivary glands in check because they just released two new invitation lines AND they're offering an exclusive offer to Offbeat Brides AAAAAND they're hosting a give-away! (I know, right!?) So keep reading… New designs Royal Steamline now has three invitation lines: Signature Series: over 100 readymade designs, most of which we have already fallen deeply in love with. Silhouette Series (new for 2012): rich black ink printed on a variety of papers that the you select (including thick kraft, natural linen, and extra heavy white linen). This line was introduced as a means of offering y'all Royal Steamline's incredible style for a greatly reduced price. Studio Series (new for 2012): new shapes, beautiful papers, foil stamping, even deeper customization. This is the series for the couple looking for something truly different. New deals Royal Steamline is giving away two of their custom stamps (one address stamp and one monogram stamp) to Offbeat Bride readers. Click here to enter! And while you're waiting to win an awesome stamp set that you can use LONG after the wedding's over, it's time to find yo'self the perfect invitations for your wedding right now by taking advantage of this exclusive offer: Exclusive Offbeat Bride Offer: 15% off of Royal Steamline Save-the-Date Cards if you use the promo Code: RS+OBB=15. This offer expires February 14th, 2012, so head over to Royal Steamline now! Get your daily dose of Offbeat AWESOME Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Megan Finley Horowitz Megan is the LA-based Offbeat Empire editor. When she's not writing, editing, and sleeping, she's eating like the fate of the world depends on it. You can snoop into her personal life over on her website Funk in Deep Freeze! @meggyfin @treatsandgeeksLA @meggyfin PREVIOUS It's a nice day for a white bridesmaid dress roundup NEXT Miranda & Evan's redwood feel-good wedding Show/Hide comments [ 12 ] I click the link, read the article – it says fill out form below. There's no form – just a line saying "Uh oh! It looks like you've already submitted two entries." 🙁 1 agrees Reply Yep, ditto what Meghan said. 1 agrees Reply When I click on the link to enter, it says I've already entered twice. Anyone else having this issue? Reply Thanks for chiming in, everyone. We've let Aerin at Royal Steamline know that something seems to be wonky with her entry form. Reply Thanks for your entries everyone! Keep in mind that you can only enter our giveaway once for each stamp (for a total of 2 entries). If you're seeing a message that you've already entered twice in error, please email your entry to email@example.com. 2 agree Reply I don't know if I'll ever get married 🙁 but I know who I'd want to work with! Their retro style is just awesome. Oh and I did not have a problem entering the competition! Reply I loooooove these people. Our Save-the-Dates were awesome, and it was really easy to communicate with them about everything. We wanted to go with the matching invitations, but couldn't afford it. We did finally give in and get some thank-yous though, which are fantastic! I whole-heartedly support these dudes. (and btw, the quality is very high, you don't need to worry about getting samples first if that's what you're worried about.) Reply We got our invites (Steamside) and they are AMAZEBALLS! Really awesome and professional! It's really worth it! 1 agrees Reply I have having issues with the monogram. It kept saying that "This field requires an unique entry and 'No. 4' has already been used" Weird. No issues with the address option though. 1 agrees Reply No love for the Brits, boo! 😛 Haha I'm just jealous coz I wanted to play too! Reply We do love the Brits and are so sorry we had to limit our giveaway to the U.S. only. Of course, the 15% save-the-date discount is for everyone! Reply We want to say thanks to everyone who has entered our personalized stamp giveaway. We've had such a positive response that we've decided to double the prizes: instead of choosing two names on February 1, we'll pick four! Two people will win address stamps and two will win monogram stamps. If you've already entered, you're still in the running and there's nothing else you need to do. If you haven't entered, get over to the link in the post above and do it! Happy Friday and good luck! Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. 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