Seattle (PRWEB) January 17, 2008
The Golden Globes lacked glitz and glamour this year, but that didn't stop InviteDesigner.com from creating a dazzling, yet surprisingly affordable invitation for the celebrity gifting suite hosted by The Secret Room Events and held at Metro Couture in Brentwood, Calif. Even Hollywood stars like the thrill of getting a good deal, which is what led to the successful partnership between these companies.
The trend of blending luxury items with bargain-basement treasures is growing, which is why InviteDesigner.com president Michelle Robertson wasn't surprised when she was asked to create invitations for the pre-Golden Globes event. "Gwyneth Paltrow mixed a $27,000 chandelier with plates from CB2 in her dining room and Oprah shops at Target, so even people who have the money aren't necessarily spending frivolously anymore. It's hip to get a good deal and that's what we help you do at InviteDesigner.com."
Stylish enough for Hollywood hipsters, yet affordable enough for Joe Q. Public, InviteDesigner.com's custom invitation and stationary design studio gives users the chance to customize their own products in the comfort of their own home…and for less than more expensive invitation retailers.
"There's a misconception out there that the word 'custom' equals expensive, which is definitely not the case at our site. Say you're looking for an innovative wedding invitation, but are hesitant to pay the high price that's usually attached. That's where InviteDesigner.com comes in," says Robertson.
The company offers full-service wedding invitations, where users select the layout and color scheme and InviteDesigner.com does the rest - printing, assembling and shipping. Users can also go the DIY route, where all inserts are mailed for personal assembly. No matter what option you choose, the result is a couture-quality invitation that didn't break your budget.
About InviteDesigner.com: Located in Seattle, InviteDesigner.com was started by husband and wife team, Todd and Michelle Robertson. After the challenging adventure of creating invitations for their own wedding, the couple realized there was a hole in the invitation marketplace. The Robertsons envisioned a web site that would take the stress and high price tag off of future brides and grooms. The Robertsons pooled their professional experience at Microsoft, The Boeing Company and RealNetworks and have been in business since 2005.