Product Spotlight: Basic Invite Stationery

Call me old fashioned but nothing truly compares to a handwritten note. It's so easy to write up a quick text or email, but carving out time to sit down and write a note to someone holds a lot of weight these days. Not only does it make the recipient of the note feel special, but it makes me happy too.  

When I started my business last year (The Neon Creative) I knew that I wanted to go above and beyond for my clients. After all, they are choosing me and trusting me with their brands. Part of showing my appreciation involves sending handwritten notes, thanking them at various points throughout the year. Sometimes I'll send notes after a campaign launch or a successful photoshoot, or when I'm just feeling incredibly grateful that my clients hired a mother who so desperately wanted to be home with her children while still pursuing her dream career. 

I created this specific stationery with Basic Invite – one of the few websites out there that give you unlimited color options with instant previews online. Once you select a design, you can change the color of each element on it – and there are over 180 colors (and foils) to choose from! I actually created our holiday cards with Basic Invite this last Christmas and was so happy with how it all turned out. A few more things I love about them: 1. They have an address capturing service that allows your friends and family to submit their address through a link and it stays in your Basic Invite account forever. 2. They always print addresses at no additional charge. 3. They have over 40 envelope colors to choose from, so you can match your cards/stationery and make them stand out! 

One more thing – if you've got a baby shower coming up, you have to check out their unique baby shower invitations, baby shower invitation maker and baby shower games ideas! They are the cutest!

Basic Invite is offering 15% off right now with the coupon code: 15FF51


This post has been sponsored by Basic Invite. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own. 

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