Post # 1
Anyone have any tips on where to get cheap and cheapish wedding invitations and save the dates? If it’s not to hard I can even print them off if the invitations come with the design on them already. I need about 50-75 invitations with RSVP’s, etc
Thanks so much Bee’s !!! you all have been so very helpful during this process!!
my colors are brown, coral and ivory
Post # 3
You can get some to print yourself at Papyrus, and – I haven’t seen them here, because I haven’t been recently – I’m sure Michaels, Paper Source or another craft store.
Post # 4
Just replied to your message with all of the coupon codes for zazzle.com. I got 50 invitations, 50 reply cards and pre-addressed return envelopes for the reply cards for $176 🙂
Post # 5
123print.com. We got 250 invites, RSVP cards, and printed envelopes for $180
Post # 6
I got 3 boxes of 30 print-your-own invitations from Michaels for about $85. It came with envelopes, rsvp card, direction card, pockets for everything, and a ribbon. I’ve gotten a bunch of compliments on them already. The templates that came with them were a little useless, but I am used to messing with word formatting so I didn’t have much trouble. It did take a while to get the printer to line up properly though. But, despite the issues, I felt like it was a good cheap option.
Post # 7
Thank you so much everyone for your input!!!! Happy planning!
Post # 8
@Randi156: Also, check out Vistaprint. They have a free bridal kit for invitations and they will send it to you. I have alwways thought the amount of money spent on invitations & std’s was crazy….especially when people DONT RSVP! I used them and my invitations were fantastic! You can design your own….Give them a try.
Post # 9
invitationstyles.com was awesome! i got 50 invitations, rsvp cards, and evelopes printed with my return address for $50!! i was a little worried because they are based in china, but i ordered samples and they looked great. Just got my invitations in the mail and they are beautiful. They have 2 different paper types to choose from, one is pretty crappy, poster type paper, the second is a thick cardstock, and the 3rd is a thick cardstock with a pearl finish, beautiful! I highly recommend them!!
Post # 10
We have about 70 guests and got DIY invitations from Joann’s for about $25 (with a coupon). They have been very easy to use/print! We also got magnet Save-The-Date Cards from Joann’s… I don’t remember the price, but they were very inexpensive and easy also.
Post # 11
Another recommendation for VistaPrint — also… they have Groupons/LivigSocial deals all the time.
Personally, we are DIYing with the aid of Michael’s Brides kits. We are saving a ton and are going to have amazing invites.
Post # 12
I just ordered mine on catprint.com – $153 for 150 invitations that I designed on fancy lux cotton paper. they even sent free samples of their papers and envelopes ahead of time.
Post # 13
Check Hobby Lobby. I got 50 invites with rsvp cards for $20. They have them half off a lot.