Post # 1
I have another similar post out there about where to start with invitations, but just wondering how much your invitations cost? We will need about 100 of them…
I currently have $300 budgeted for invitations. Am I at least in the right ballpark?
Post # 3
Ahh depends on what you want. I stoped counting what we spent on ours but i know for 60 invites it blew our budget of $400 but they were far from simple but look on Wedding paper divas and etsy to see what their prices and that should help.
Post # 4
We spent about $150 for 60 invites, so like $2.50 each from a seller on ETSY.
Post # 5
I bought mine off of amazon. I believe we spent no more than 140.00 for 150 invites they are DIY and everyone loves them I have been getting great compliments
Post # 7
- Wedding: July 2012 - Muckenthaler Cultural Center
We had ours designed on Etsy for $25 then we took them to a local printer and she printed 170 Invites, responses, and accom. cards on beautiful linen cardstock for $240.
Post # 8
I’m designing myself and having them printed. Should cost about $1.50/invite to print + postage (note: we’re doing online RSVPs for most people).
Post # 9
If we go with the seller who did our Save-The-Date Cards (I posted about this on your other related question), we’ll get a 20% off discount. So, if we splurge and have her print them up herself, it’ll come to about $350.00 for 66 invites (and we’ll probably wants extras, so more than that), that includes pocketfold, belly band with monogram, invitation printed on coverstock, two coordinating inserts on coverstock, coordinating response envelope, and coordinating mailing envelope, and everything can be custom designed for us. The more I think about it, it’ll probably be easier to have her print everything than us going through Vistaprint and dealing with pocketfolds and envelopes ourselves. Sometimes, the extra money beats going through DIY hell.
And, since our Save-The-Date Cards will be so cheap, I guess I can justify that amount for invites.
Post # 10
I think I spent around 250 on all of the supplies and have 100. We made them from scratch 100% except the pocket folds which i ordered from cardsandpockets.com Let me tell you though, it has been one LONG process with many details. It all depends on how detailed you get and, how obsessed your Maid/Matron of Honor is with paper apparently… LOL!
Post # 11
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
Something around $600 for 75 invitation, single envelopes with tissue liner, response cards, and response card envelopes with preprinted return address on big envelope and response address on small envelope. Then there was the $100 or so for the stamps (yay!…).
Post # 12
Simple DIYkit from Target that happen to be on clearance. $50 for 100 invites.
Post # 13
Ours were very simple. Invite & envelope, RSVP card & envelope, black ink, no envelope lining and we had our return addresses printed on the envelopes. We had 200 invites and paid a little over $300. This also included 100 thank you notes and cocktail napkins with our names printed on them that the stationary store threw in.
Post # 14
I spent about $350 for 150 invites, rsvp, and enclosure card on magnetstreet.com. All of there templates can be customized with your wording and colors. I’d recommend waiting for one of their deals because we got $100 off.
Post # 15
$63 from zazzle.com. I don’t feel spending a ton on something that will be thrown away is wise money managment for my budget wedding.
Post # 16
I got 50 invites for $20 at Hobby Lobby. They were half off and the colors of the wedding so it worked out great