The moment a calligraphy-covered envelope shows up in your mailbox, you know something special is on the horizon. Inside, an elegant piece of card stock with the details of your friends’ wedding offers a glimpse into the excitement of the big day. But what if you opened that envelope to a visual treat — a live video of the soonlyweds looking heartwarmingly in love as they personally ask you to join them in celebrating their nuptials? That’s exactly what Engaging Invites is do
Before Chanet Tisdel attended an October bridal show in Manhattan, the path to her May 2018 wedding was troubled by an imbalance of enthusiasm. “I had been dragging my fiancé around to all these wedding shops and exhibits looking at all the girlie things, and he was just so unimpressed,” said Ms. Tisdel, 34, an executive assistant at Ralph Lauren in Manhattan. “He was just like: ‘I gave you the ring. I love you. I don’t understand why we have to do all this stuff.’” Then Ms.
The company worked on the video invitation with Engaging Invites and produced the video themselves. OUT-OF-THE-BOX-INVITES: Ramy Brook, the advanced contemporary firm, has sent out custom video-card invitations to buyers and the media to preview the collection at the showroom at 231 West 39th Street, beginning Sept. 6, and to attend Coterie at the Jacob Javits Center from Sept. 18-20. “In four minutes, we explain how Ramy Brook got started, who we are today and what we stand