Lovely Little Invitations – About Us

By way of introduction our company started with two people – Jack – who’s named has been changed to protect the innocent – and Jill – also not her real name. Jack met Jill years ago.

Jack and Jill (we know) put their heads together and came up with Lovely Little Invitations – an online wedding resource specializing in photo wedding invitations, photo save the dates, and photo thank you cards.

Jack is an award winning graphic artist, specializing in digital illustration and who’s quite impressive work is now seen throughout this website. Jill is a master event designer for an event consulting firm specializing in weddings, showers, and bashes.

Born from their complementary professions and necessity for affordability the two began Lovely Little Invitations and have been providing professional quality photo save the dates, photo wedding invitations, and photo thank you cards ever since.

Here we get to live out the vision of a quick, easy to use site that has exclusive designs that are easily changeable – whether that is text, colors, or photos – put them on extraordinary paper via a premium printing process and enable them to be delivered as soon as possible.

It isn’t our goal to deliver mediocrity; it is our passion to deliver an exceptional product that is expertly produced via a unique online service that we like to call Lovely Little Invitations. So don’t be afraid to come up the hill with us – we promise there won’t be breaking of crowns or tumbling down.

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