Pushing the Envelope: Differently Designed

As the details of your dream wedding start to unfold, we have been featuring all things wedding stationery for the month of March to make sure you’re in the know for your big day. And what better way to bring our parade of paper to a close than with one of our very own wedding stationery businesses right here in Albuquerque?

Located off of Lomas just east of Eubank, Differently Designed provides one-of-a-kind, quality stationery for all occasions, covering everything from birthdays to weddings. Whether you have your own idea or want one of their experienced designers to create your wedding invitations from scratch, they are sure to have what you’re looking for.

With modern technology and printing capabilities, Differently Designed makes sure to stay on top of wedding trends, including the very popular white ink and gold leaf styles taking over all your Pinterest pages. Even if you don’t follow trends, possibilities are endless when it comes to the colors, fonts and styles they have to offer. Not to mention, they have a wide variety of quality paper to choose from.

Because of their high standards and emphasis on service, all consultations are done by appointment only to ensure that you receive the undivided attention you deserve. To start creating your invitations, be sure to make your appointment today. At Differently Designed, they don’t skimp on the details or the fairy dust! As you can see, their designs are everything but ordinary.

The mission of Differently Designed is to create, quality, unique unforgettable, personalized event stationery for that couple or individual seeking something different from all the rest.

Photos by Differently Designed

At Differently Designed, they push the envelope on wedding stationery!

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