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LIVE! #320 – How to Sell Wedding Invitations to Brides

Selling wedding invitations and wedding stationery to area brides is a one of the easiest ways to boost your wedding planning business revenue.

You can start a part-time wedding invitation business  with relatively little space and in many instances you don’t need even need inventory!

During this episode, guest co-host Sydney Cusick, eCommerce Specialist at Carlson Craft, the nation’s leading wholesale printing company, explains how easy it is to get started as a wedding invitation specialist.


  • Why you should sell wedding invitations
  • The steps involved to become a Carlson Craft dealer
  • Tips to help you market your wedding invitation business


Carlson Craft – Located in Southern Minnesota, Carlson Craft is the nation’s leading wholesale printing company.  If you’re ready to start your wedding invitation business go to the Carlson Craft website and  select the ‘Become a Dealer’ link toward the bottom of the page.  If you prefer to speak with someone,  please give them a call at  1-800-292-9207 (Psst!  Be sure to mention Confetti Radio to receive a special offer…even if you’re an existing Carlson Craft dealer!)

Confetti Episode # 317 – Listen to this episode to brush up on your wedding stationery know-how

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  1. Thank you for this show it was extremely interesting and helpful. There were so many great tips on how to incorporate this into your business. This will tie in so well with my event design packages.

    1. Hi Angela,

      Glad you enjoyed the show. Yes, you’re absolutely correct! If you’re already involved with designing a special event, providing coordinating stationery makes perfect sense. Thanks so much. 🙂

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