A huge thanks to our friends at Basic Invite for sponsoring today’s post! Be sure to check out Basic Invite for all of your Graduation Stationery needs + more!
If you’ve been reading the blog for awhile, you know that we just love Basic Invite! We first wrote about them to feature they’re adorable thank you cards, and today we’re back with gorgeous graduation stationery! They have everything from custom graduation announcements, graduation invitations, and more!
One of my favorite things about Basic Invite is they’re one of the few websites that allow almost unlimited color options. Once you make your design selection, you can change the color of each individual element on the card so it fits your style, down to the smallest details.
They also offer custom samples, so when you’re shopping if you get stuck between two options, order a sample of both so you can see which you’ll like better. And don’t forget about their gorgeous envelopes that come in 40 different colors! You can color-coordinate the envelopes with your cards or invitations, too. Basic Invite has literally thought of everything to make the ordering experience a pleasant one.
I wanted to highlight ten of the incredibly gorgeous graduation stationery options they have (there are many more on the website, too) – because seriously, how cute are these? I think sending out thank you cards is one of my favorite things, because I know how much I appreciate them when I receive them.
10 Gorgeous Graduation Stationery Options
- SKETCHED GRADUATION THANK YOU CARDS
- CONFETTI CELEBRATION GRADUATION THANK YOU CARDS
- CORK AND CONFETTI GRADUATION THANK YOU CARDS
- BANNER GRADUATION THANK YOU CARDS
- RIBBON SEAL GRADUATION THANK YOU CARDS
- HAND LETTERED GRAD GRADUATION THANK YOU CARDS
- PAINTED BORDER THANK YOU CARDS
- VINES GRADUATION THANK YOU CARDS
- PILLOW GRADUATION THANK YOU CARDS
- THEN AND NOW GRADUATION THANK YOU CARDS
So cute, right? Be sure to check out Basic Invite for all of your stationery needs!
Which Stationery Option is YOUR Favorite?
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