Graduation Invites From Basic Invite


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Graduation is a pivotal milestone in every school, college, and university student's life. It's the finishing line after years and years of hard work and study and a moment that is so special to you that you have got to share it with your nearest and dearest; your family and friends. The lead up to the big day is just as exciting as the event, choosing what to wear, what makeup to wear, how to style your hair, what shoes will look best, who will turn up, how will you feel on the day? and so on.

One way to build excitement for the big day and to mark the occasion is to make the news public with announcement cards, just like these high school grad announcements. As a parent, I would be so excited to send or receive these in the mail with my children's photograph on the front. Ordering personalized thank you cards would make great keepsakes too.


Basic Invite is my go-to and is a cut above the rest. They are one of the few websites that have infinite color combinations, with instant previews. Customers can change the color of every element on the card, with over 180 different shades. They are fully customizable, precisely how you want it, down to the smallest detail. This is really impressive and something I've not seen offered elsewhere. They 
offer customers the option to order a printed sample of their invitation so they can see it in physical form before they place their full order. This is great for checking the paper quality and making sure the colors look just right - amazing!

What about envelopes I hear you ask? With over 40 different colored envelopes they have you covered! Choose a color that matches the font, color block, or maybe use a really stand out color. Their envelopes are peel and seal so that the envelopes can be closed quickly and easily.

You can also use their free address collection service to request your addresses with just three simple steps. Share a link via social media or email, collect addresses, and get free envelope printing.

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