Bridal gown designer Vera Wang announced Monday her collaboration with The Knot to present a collection of wedding stationery.
The Vera Wang x The Knot collection includes 14 sets of wedding invitations and matching stationery, ranging from bold and contemporary to minimalist, vintage and romantic designs, according to a press release issued by wedding planning platform The Knot.
Inspired by Vera Wang’s gown collections, the stationery offers several styles for couples to choose the one that best fits their love stories. As a complement, The Knot also offers free wedding websites to match the collection’s designs.
«One of the first and most public statements you will make as an engaged couple is the choice of your invitations. It should truly reflect your tastes, the tone of your celebration and your creativity,» Wang said.
«I am proud to collaborate with a trusted name in the wedding world to bring my brand to life through this exclusive launch of wedding stationery, personally designed by me for couples. Whether their style is modern and bold or more romantic and minimalist, there is a design that can capture a whole variety of styles,» she added.
The collection includes 14 sets, including five sets with foil paper and matching «Save the Date» cards, invitations, RSVPs, programs, menus, table cards, thank you cards and more.
Free wedding websites go with each set to match.
«Partnering with Vera Wang to create a wedding stationery collection was a natural decision for us, as her longstanding footprint in the fashion, wedding and cultural worlds is unmatched,» said The Knot’s executive vice president of international e-commerce, Jeremy Liebowitz.
«The Knot and Vera Wang share the idea that your wedding should be uniquely yours. This collection expands our invitation offerings from The Knot and allows couples to showcase their personality through every communication with guests, from ‘save the date’ to wedding programs and thank you cards,» he added.
Couples can now purchase the exclusive collection, available only from The Knot.