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Vendor Love: Honey Bee Invites

Thanks to Southern Weddings for always helping me find the most beautiful & best vendors. This week, my current obsession is Honey Bee Invites, which is actually based in Atlanta, Georgia like me! Honey Bee does a great job of combining modern details with a southern flair, and I may or may not have just spent the past two hours ogling over Allie’s blog. What I really love about HBI is how simple they make invites seem. Honestly, whether it’s invitations, stationary, or calligraphy, it’s all a little over my head when it comes to the specifics. Thankfully, they do a great job of making everything simple, && their blog is even helping me learn more about the field (seriously, check out their Fabulous Font Friday if you’re a novice like me!). 

Check out some of the reasons why I fell for Honey Bee (&& why you’ll fall too!)

"Dandelion Chic" immediately caught my eye with this graceful font && paper texture. This would be perfect for a whimsical spring wedding, and is sure to create a lasting impression.

Ya’ll know how I feel about mason jars, so of course I’m dying over this sweet mason jar invite. All I can do is envision a backyard summer wedding with yummy BBQ, fireflies, & family. Perfection.

I don’t know about ya’ll, but my family always gets lost. The last thing you need is late wedding guests, so why not include a super adorable && personalized wedding day map along with your invite to ensure Aunt Susan isn’t sitting three blocks down the road in the wrong chapel! 

Not only does HBI have beautiful invitations, they create breathtaking details like this wedding day sign. Every single detail of this sign from this calligraphy, the colors, the scroll, && the flower are honestly amazing. 

I literally could make this post go on forever with Honey Bee’s lovely Save the Dates, personalized stationary, and don’t get me started on their precious “Will you be my bridesmaid/groomsmen” cards, but ya’ll are just going to have to mosey on over to their site and ogle for yourself!

Warning though, it’s addictive!