It's only fitting that designer Vera Wang produces a line of wedding invitations that break the mold with elegance and style. After all, her career as a famous designer was inspired by her unsuccessful search for a wedding dress. Wang, seeking the ideal wedding dress for a sophisticated, adult bride, was dismayed to find that nearly everything she looked at had a "sameness" to it, and that they all seemed to be designed for "younger brides". It took a few years, but Wang took that disappointment in finding the right wedding dress and turned it into a bridal design company. Vera Wang's wedding invitation designs carry through the same bold, elegant and innovative eye that she brought to fashion design. The invitations range from classically elegant to whimsical and buoyant, but they all represent Wang's unmistakable flair for the striking and the dramatic.
A mistake on the address or other pertinent information can require expensive reprints. Do not order an invitation that does not match the style of the wedding or that gives the wrong impression. The number of invitations you send will depend on the number of guests that are being invited. Make a list of all the people both the bride and groom want to invite. Break the numbers down into single people and couples or families. Each group of people being invited should only be sent one invitation.