New Hampshire's Best Wedding Invitations

If you want the extra oomph of custom-designed and handmade invitations for your wedding, there’s no need to look beyond New Hampshire’s borders. The ladies behind these five Granite State design teams will keep you on the cutting edge of stationery trends, from sleek letterpress sets to luxurious calligraphy handwritten onto your invites one line at a time.

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Gus & Ruby Letterpress

The Seacoast’s favorite stationer offers luxe products and on-trend designs for their letterpress invitation suites.

 

Impress Me Designs

This custom invitation design studio is a perennial Best of Bride winner and excels at premium-quality, classic suites with a modern twist.

 

El's Cards

Greenland’s Ellen Braley focuses her design on watercolor styles and original calligraphy — in this design, the couple’s names are written by hand on every invitation.

 

AMR Calligraphy

Architect-by-day, calligrapher-by-night Alfonsina Rodriguez creates luxe modern designs on unique materials, like this set on paper handmade in South Carolina.

 

Bliss Lettering

Bliss’ Meg Chaloner is perfect for the couple looking for hand-lettered accessories to accompany their pre-made invites. She’ll add a personal touch to envelopes, place cards, table numbers and seating charts (to name a few). Bliss can also help you learn to DIY your calligraphy needs — along with a Boston-based friend and fellow calligrapher, Meg runs Sip & Script, a series of boozy calligraphy classes. Bachelorette party, anyone?

 

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