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How to Nail Your Invite With These Locally-Made Beauties

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When it comes to your wedding invitation, why not go local? We'll even take some of the footwork out of your search. After the jump, find a compilation of Chicagoland's top stationery brands. Whether you're looking for classic, modern or just plain pretty, there's something here for you.

4. Noteworthy Notes: This Lakeview-based company doesn't focus on wedding products (they offer a bit of everything), but the invites they have created are simple, sleek, sophisticated and not too girly to turn off the groom. [Website]

3. Rachel Lizabeth Designs: The Lombard-based artist makes invitations that are incredibly modern. These aren't your mother's wedding invitations; they're remniscent of a cleverly designed menu at a trendy new eatery. [Website]

2. Yellowbird: Based in Wilmette, this store stocks classic, high-quality stationery, including pieces from veteran designer William Arthur. [Website]

1. Pink Paper and Ink Custom Design: This wedding-focused brand is every bit as feminine as the name suggests. [Website]
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