(Closed) Archivers

posted 9 years ago in Houston
Post # 3
Member
559 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

Archivers is the best! I know I’m not in the Texas area, but I have about three Archivers around me. The store has awesome products, an amazing amount of products, a good sized sale section, a $1.99 product section and always sends out coupons each month. Love it! Plan on spending several hours there, you’ll need it!

Post # 4
Member
944 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

I LOVE LOVE LOVE Archivers. Go online to http://www.archiversonline.com or go into the store and sign up for their newsletter immediately! They send out a booklet every month with 30% coupons, free cardstock with purchase of card stock coupons, etc. Love it! They also have a bridal invite class that is free, at least in Denver, and they show you how to make all kinds of stuff. I love their Yours Truely company they sell because their paper weight is better than some I’ve come across and usually cheaper. Have fun! 🙂

Post # 5
Member
50 posts
Worker bee

I *love* Archivers! I’m not familiar with the stores in TX, but I have 2 near me and, while the sizes of the work rooms vary, there is definitely enough space to spread out and create/ assemble those invites 🙂

Post # 7
Member
42 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: October 2009

I LOVE, LOVE Archivers.  In fact I was just at the Katy store last night to get some supplies for my invitations.  It is a great store and has lots of great ideas hanging around the store.  The staff is really nice and helpful too!

Post # 8
Member
165 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

I wanted to make my own invites, I’m a scrapbooker, it’s in my BLOOD, BUUUT I knew we needed like 150 physical invites, and I have a full schedule even without this wedding, so I bought typical invites.  HOWEVER- if I made my own, I 100% would have gone with Archivers!!

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