What We Do…

Emerald Invitations provides a distinctive combination of custom and catalog invitations, as well as hand and machine calligraphy, designed to make your wedding day memorable and uniquely yours. We work hard to ensure each piece is designed and executed with the highest quality craftsmanship and reflects each couple’s own style and personality. Contact us today for a private appointment.

“I cannot speak highly enough about Emerald Invitations. After wasting my time for weeks with another shop, a friend recommended Emerald Invitations. I live in another state so I was a little hesitant to work with someone so far away at first. I’m so glad I did!”
” I can’t speak highly enough of the quality and service these guys deliver. They hit the perfect balance of flexibility in customizing whatever we wanted, while providing guidance to help us figure out what that actually was!”
“What a wonderful and fun team Mike and Chris are!!! We had know idea what we were doing in picking out our invitations etc. and they were so patient and kind!!”
“Great experience working with them! They were very helpful when we went to their store to look at invitations. They were very responsive to all of my questions and the invitations came out beautifully.”

Interesting News and Happenings

Free People Launches a Bridal Collection

Earlier this week, Free People, known for its bohemian hippy style, launched a bridal collection: FPEverAfter. Designed for the Coachella boho bride, the collection showcases easy breezy dresses with a '70s aesthetic. The price range is $700-$1600.  

free people wedding dress

The Biggest Wedding Music Trends

Choosing your wedding music is no longer as simple as just deciding between a band or a DJ. From specialty performances to unique collaborations, Jim Eppolito of West Coast Music shares the biggest trends he's seeing right now: 

Etiquette Q&A: “Who Should Lift the Wedding Veil?”

Q. "I plan on wearing a blusher veil and would like to know who should lift it — my dad or my fiancé?"

A. Good question. But first, a fun fact: The blusher veil dates back to ancient times when a bride would cover her face to ward off evil spirits, hide from kidnappers or prevent the groom from seeing her if it was an arranged marriage. Luckily, times have changed and wearing a blusher today is simply a style choice.