Having procrastinated a bit too long on invitations, I really needed to get them out pronto. My wedding coordinator had forwarded me the names of a couple local (Vancouver) vendors that she had worked with before, but aside from the horrible sticker shock I had looking at the price of their invitations, I also didn't see anything in their selection of invitations that really jumped out at me as unique or eye-catching. Through some Google-fu of my own, I came across Enchanted Moments and its owner Ruth Loewen. I'm so glad I did. We loved her "Autumn Glory" invitation, but wanted a couple changes. One was a minor change (the color of the liner paper inside the invite), but the other was significant. Where her example had a monogram letter "H", we wanted a drawing of a tree with fall-colored leaves on it. I described what we wanted, and very quickly, the proof came back, looking exactly as we imagined it. Ruth gave us the option of expediting both the shipment of raw materials to her and the shipment of finished invitations to us, so that the whole process, from initial inquiry to the box of invitations on our doorstep, was just 3 weeks. This would have been even shorter if my first draft of the invitation text hadn't been too wordy (I needed to shorten it in order to fit in the available space). The one piece of advice I would give to other brides is in reference to the postal rate for the invitation. I read another review where a bride griped about the extra postage she had to pay because her invitations were slightly too think to pass through the "regular mail" cookie-cutter slot Canada Post outlets use to determine postal rate. (Because of the knot in the ribbon that encloses the invitation.) True, the invitation doesn't *quite* make it through the slot. But just buy the regular-rate stamps, stick them on, and put your invitations in the mailbox yourself. Your invitations will get to their destinations just fine.