I Invite You is a small Mexican stationery business, located in the heart of the state of Jalisco. Started by Luisa González in 2015, this family adventure soon became a way to share our passion with people around the world celebrating their life, love and happiness.
Our work focuses on expressing joy through the beauty of traditional Mexican craftwork, using our colors, shapes and forms as a language. We take inspiration from everything around us, our food, our music, our art and our landscapes, all of them are fused in our designs.
We carefully craft and put all our passion in each piece to guarantee its exceptional quality and beauty, as they are aimed to carry your special messages in a unique way.
We hope you enjoy our designs and products. We are always available to answer any further questions.
We take a good care of our design process, just like traditional artisans do. From the first sketch, to the selection of the final colors, we always allow the necessary time to create unique artworks that reflect meticulously the beauty that inspires us.
All our illustrations are made in-house, even some of the fonts we use are custom made to match perfectly the style of our designs. Every single detail of each artwork is carefully planned to create the final design.
Zurich Minjarez, our award winning lead designer is in the hands and the eyes of every design we produce. Zurich’s work has always been influenced by his admiration for Mexican art and culture. More examples of his work can be found at: zur.design
We believe that beauty lies within the smallest details of any art and we craft our products with the same passion to bring you a well rounded quality product.
Brian Minjarez is our hands and eyes with all that is related to the production process. He starts by selecting the best materials and the most appropriate equipment, making sure that every cut, every color and every element are exactly as they should.
We are committed to bring you quality products that share the beauty of our traditional art and that honor Mexican hand crafting.