How to get custom designed wedding invitations (including free mock-ups!) from 519 Weddings

Updated Oct 12 2015
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Custom Star Wars invitation FTW!
There's an endless supply of pre-designed invitation templates online, and if one of those fits your invite vision perfectly, consider yourself lucky! But I'm willing to bet that many of y'all might be finding that "perfect invitation" search to be frustrating and endless. (I totally did!)

You might have found something close, but not the exact match for your Steampunk wedding with just a touch of knitted details. And while that mason-jar-with-twinkly-lights invitation is adorable and a wonderful representation of your vision, your cousin already used that one for her barn wedding last year.

If you're thinking about custom-made wedding invitations, you'll want to perk your ears up for this post. Our sponsor 519 Weddings wants to hook you up with custom wedding invitations so hard, that they're giving you the 411 on the custom invitation order process AND a special offer that'll help you get 'em made.

Want to send out invites with the exact view you'll have on the wedding day? Or of the city where you got engaged?
Want to send out invites with the exact view you'll have on the wedding day? Or of the city where you got engaged?

Maybe you are hopelessly looking for a pictorial representation of the place where your partner proposed, or the exact spot you'll say "I do," complete with the inclusion of the flowers that will be featured in your bouquets. Erin York of 519 Weddings will work with you to pull out the details that matter the most to the two of you. Then she'll give you an absolutely one-of-a-kind invitation suite to set the tone for your awesome wedding day.

Check out the beach-tastic invitation suite I WISH I had gotten made for my wedding.
Check out the beach-tastic invitation suite I WISH I had gotten made for my wedding.

If you have a very specific idea of what you want to see in your invitation — that's awesome! With a few questions and some visual examples, Erin will be able to make your ideal invitation appear in real life.

Or maybe you have NO IDEA what you want. If this sounds like you — no worries! She's happy to talk you through your tastes and very vague ideas ("make it sparkle like a unicorn!") to create something you love.


When Erin from 519 weddings creates custom invitation, she gives you a wide variety of invitation options to choose from, by receiving three to four rough mockup designs based on their initial thoughts and/or indecisiveness. This is where 519 Weddings' special invitation mock-up deal is going to a BIG help to all you who aren't 100% sure of your custom wedding invite design:

SPECIAL DISCOUNT: 519 Weddings will throw in a complimentary mockup invitation round (a $50 value!) with the purchase of a custom invitation order. Just mention that you saw this post on Offbeat Bride!


The final advantage to custom invitations from 519 Weddings is that Erin is the definition of flexible. If you need a custom map of your small town with all of your favorite hangouts, she can create that from scratch. If you are looking for a poster-sized invite to make a serious statement, just simply give Erin the size! If you're looking for something — anything — that's never been done before, Erin from 519 Weddings is the girl that will figure out how to make it happen for you.

All you have to do is contact 519 Weddings to get started!

  1. Yes, the Millennium Falcon invite is freaking awesome — but I'm personally freaking out over the final blackboard design. So vintagey delicious-y.

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