Vote November 6, get 25 free invitation sets in our 2012 Election Day Sale

Election Day is November 6, so you know what that means — it’s time for our annual Election Day Sale! Head to the polls on November 6 and take a photo of yourself voting (or afterwards, with your “I voted” sticker!). Include your photo as an attachment with your online invitation order, and we’ll give you an additional 25 free invitation sets when you order 75 or more. Or, if you plan to work with one of our dealers, provide your dealer with your photo when placing your order. Every vote makes a difference, so be sure to cast your ballot on November 6!

Get 25 free invitation sets when you order 75 or more from Bella Figura when you vote on November 6.

The fine print: A photo is required to take advantage of this offer. Photos may be shared with Bella Figura via email, Facebook, or Twitter. “Invitation sets” can include an invitation, reply card or reply postcard, reception card, and coordinating envelopes, or any combination of the above — sorry, no substitutions. Additional insert cards, such as direction cards or accommodation cards, do not qualify. Limit one promotion per order please. Orders must be placed no later than 6pm EST on Friday, November 30, 2012. Please let us know if you do not want your photograph to be shared online. 

by Erica Henriksen on October 25th, 2012. Category: Promotions + Giveaways | (11) comments

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  1. Hi Erica. Is there a reason that last year’s promotion did not require the purchase of reception cards and this year does require reception cards? I was hoping to save to purchase Bella Figura invitations for my upcoming May wedding, something that would be made much more likely by the free 25 sets – but I wasn’t planning on getting reception cards, as the ceremony and reception are at the same venue, and it would help us to save on the extra expense. I’m just curious why the change was made. Thanks :)

    Liss 10/25/12 at 11:15 am
  2. Hi Liss, great question! You are not required to purchase reception cards, but if you choose to do so the option is there! Sorry for the confusion!

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  4. Hello:

    I’m planning on voting by absentee. Would a copy of the voter slip suffice for this discount?

    Also, I’m not sure of my wedding date. Can we order during the sale with an indefinite date?

    Angela 10/28/12 at 5:15 pm
  5. Angela, we’ll get in touch with you by email to go over your questions!

    admin 10/29/12 at 12:38 pm
  6. Hi, if I vote early and take a picture, does it still count? Also, what do I need to show in the picture?

    Claire 11/1/12 at 10:05 am
  7. Hi Claire! We’ll get in touch with you by email to answer your questions!

    Christie Jones 11/1/12 at 2:45 pm
  8. Hi, We are voting by mail but turning in our ballots in person and can take a picture of the I voted sticker.

    Does this still qualify?

    Dana 11/5/12 at 7:06 pm
  9. This should be fine, Dana. Thanks!

    Harold Kyle 11/6/12 at 1:36 pm
  10. Hi! Our polling places don’t allow us to use our iPhones within 30 feet of the polling place, so I took a picture of my voting stub. Is this okay?

    Marissa 11/7/12 at 5:05 pm
  11. Thanks should be fine, Marissa! You can send that in instead of a photo.

    Harold Kyle 11/7/12 at 9:32 pm

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