Stamps in any size can be used to create invitations. But keep in mind that the larger the stamp, the greater the difficulty in making each imprint clear. A special T-square (available at specialty crafts stores) helps align the stamp on the card. Press firmly, and avoid rocking the stamp back and forth. Before working on the final version, practice on scrap paper. Have stamps made for the reply cards and envelopes as well.
A beautiful letterpress butterfly sets the tone for this unique wedding invitation. Color edging and pink swirl marble backing and matching envelope liner accompany a sweet accordion reply card & precious brunch invitation... All from postscriptpaper.com
Carlton from Parklife Press - embossed designs, black and white. Imagining different sized cards, featuring information on each unique wedding event, all in a single large envelope. The envelope may be all black, or all black with a gold wax stamp with the words "you're invited" on it.