Post # 1
I am looking (for my sister’s wedding) for invitations. We cannot afford much, so I was thinking we could print them ourselves. Where is the best place (either online or a store) to buy an invitation kit (or all pieces seperate)?
Post # 3
Amazon.com, Target, Walmart, Or Micheal’s!
Post # 4
We bought ours at Staples. There were all sorts of patterns to choose from (though I imagine that varies by store), and each kit came with 50 invites, envelopes, response cards/envelopes, and decoration (50 tulle ribbons). Each box was $30.00. I looked for them on the Staples website, but they only had two options so I recommend looking in the store.
Post # 5
I bought everything from cardsandpockets.com and printed them myself. I was really happy with the quality and their customer service was great.
Post # 6
I got mine at Michaels – just make sure all your envelopes are the same color (if you care about that)!
If you use the 40% off coupon they have each week, you can easily get 50 invites for under $25 (you just have to go back a few weeks in a row to get all your invites).
Post # 7
I just saw the Brides (like the mag) collection at Michaels the other day. They were so pretty!
Post # 8
I second Michael’s they seemed to have a good assortment when I was there this weekend looking for program kits…you can use a 40% off coupon too (they accept ac moore coupons and other competitor’s)
Post # 9
Yep, I got mine at Michael’s as well. They usually have a pretty good selection.
Post # 10
We are in the middle of buying ours from Michael’s. I needed 5 boxes, so I buy them as I get coupons. 2 to go!
Post # 11
We got our at target and they are awesome! look great, good price. I have also seen the “brides” collection that they sell at Michaels at TJ Maxx and Marshalls for more than 50% off! Good luck!
Post # 12
- Wedding: August 2009 - Eastside Catholic Chapel and Lake Union Cafe
Have you seen Mrs. Gloss’s new Etsy shop? The designs are stunning and really affordable because you print them yourself. Here’s the link to her shop’s blog http://www.fourthandfolded.com/