I love our new square stationery cards

Today I made two decisions: (1) I need to renew my vows asap (2) I need the Fall season to start now.

These decisions may seem random, but I assure you they’re perfectly reasonable. I made them because they give me an excuse to purchase our chic new 5×5 Wedding and Fall stationery cards. Still unconvinced? Let’s take a look together. I guarantee you’ll start making excuses, too.

I am in love with our Crisp White Teal Save The Date card. Its modern, crisp aesthetic makes your photos pop, and I really like that the layout allows 3 separate images. Ideal for black and white photos.

Check out this elegant bridal shower invitation by Stacy Claire Boyd. The wedding dress against the purple backdrop looks absolutely stunning, and you can top the invite off with matching address labels and thank you notes.

Here’s another Stacy Claire Boyd I’m nuts about – her playful We Are Thankful Fall Greeting card. This format lets you show off four of your favorite pictures, and you can personalize the card with a message.

If you need more inspiration, take a look at our complete square card collection. Now let’s start counting the days until Fall, so we can send out our favorite new cards!…one, two, three, four…


  1. Joey says

    I love these fun new square 5×5 cards – as much as I’m not looking forward to our summer coming to an end, these cards would be perfect to send out. Too much fun.
    Thanks for sharing this article and the great ideas!

  2. rsheedy says

    DANGIT…you convinced me, too! Just looking at these cute cards has made me think of about five different things I could use them for. I love them! I think square is the new black. :)

  3. BarbaraJ says

    I love these cards and I can’t wait to order my fall cards. This is so much fun. I love Shutterfly!

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