(Closed) HELP! Invitation suites for a good value??

posted 5 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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11234 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

If you’re willing to do a lot of work, you can maybe have this done for your price, but you’re going to have to give something up if you only want to pay $3 for the suite and $1-2 for a program. You can try to find Etsy sellers who will sell you the PDF and have it printed through Vistaprint (which has a big selection of invitation suites already) or Catprint (which has a better selection of papers). Wedding Chicks has a small but gorgeous selection of free printables that you could have printed, as well. Then there are always pocketfoldsor bellybands you can order to hold everything together and make it pretty–Cards and Pockets has a nice selection of these.

Post # 5
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11234 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

No problem! I designed all of our stuff and had it printed through Vistaprint using Groupons. I didn’t care about pretty paper, though, just a thicker matte. You can order a free bridal pack from them to see their print quality and paper types, too. I wanted to go the Wedding Chicks route, but you can’t customize all of them completely. VP adds new designs all the time, but they didn’t have anything that I LOVED at the time. I did end up buying new envelopes because I wanted kraft paper ones, which means I now have a million plain white envelopes sitting around because I won’t be using the ones VP sends. I may go with belly bands from Cards and Pockets, or just with baker’s twine to hold everything together. We’ll see when I get my invites back. 🙂

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