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Jonathan Borge
May 20, 2016 @ 11:45 am

Invitations are the first impression guests receive for a bride-to-be’s special day, and Monique Lhuillier is officially aiming to make everyone check off “Yes” on that RSVP box. The beloved designer and bridal gown expert is extending her portfolio into wedding invitations and stationery, WWD reports.

Set to launch May 23 exclusively with Finestationery.com, the individualized creations will resemble her dreamy frocks (think Chantilly lace detailing, floral patterns, gold foil, and texturized additions) and, depending on what you choose to add or remove, will range from $200 to $1,500 for a set of 100.

“Fine paper and invitations always seemed like a natural progression for brides planning a wedding. It’s something I’ve always wanted to do,” the designer told WWD. “This is the 20-year anniversary for my company and I felt this would be the next thing I would love to do.”

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We can’t wait to see how gorgeous these made-to-order designs will be.

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