Post # 1
For many reasons I have decided to send e-invites for my wedding (except for 30 or so people who i know wouldn’t be tech savy enough). I am not looking for a debate on whether that is “tacky” or not, just looking for suggestions on companies you used.
Post # 3
I have seen a few people talk about sending e-vites. Any suggestions?
Post # 4
@WillowTreeWade: You know, I didn’t use evites for my actual wedding invitations, but I did use them for our save the dates, and our rehearsal dinner. I was pretty happy with pingg.com – give them a try, see what you think! Also for casual gettogethers, I’ve used evite.com pretty successfully. Good luck!
Post # 5
my sister is designing them for me…she is more tech savy than myself and she is incorporating different aspects of our wedding, into the invites….she is doing them at work as I guess they have the software there..
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
@WillowTreeWade: Paperless Post has some really cute and classy free ones, or you can pay a few bucks to personalize/upgrade them more (like add color to the inside of the envelope flap, etc).
I’m pretty sure we’re going to use them. I can’t really be bothered with designing and printing the perfect invitation suite, and I definitely don’t want to fork out hundreds of dollars to buy a set. Not to mention the waste of paper.
Anyway, check them out! They have an online RSVP function that’s really handy, too.
Post # 7
A friend of mine also used pingg.com and seemed happy with it.