Post # 1
Geeting married this September! We’re having a late evening outdoor wedding. We’ve looked for invitations and such online but nothing has caught our eye. We’re wanting a font that’s very whimsical but still elegant, maybe something similar to albemarle swash font. If anyone is interested or has any referrals please let me know. Thanks so much!
Post # 3
Try Etsy! I used the seller CitrusPressCo. She designed everything and sent me a PDF, which I took to a local printer. It cost $35 for the PDF and around $200 to have everything printed. I had an invite, reply card, reception card, map/directions card, and a strap to band everything together.
Post # 4
I am a professional graphic designer and a soon-to-be bride. I would love to help you create something beautiful and unique at a great price. Feel free to check out some of my work at http://www.kristinpuls.com. Planning my wedding has opened up this intense (okay, and a little nerdy) passion for stationery design, so I am eager to take on more of these projects. 🙂
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Post # 6
Find gocubbies, she’s done mine at a really great price and they are SOOOOOO beautiful!!!
Post # 7
Hey I am working with an amazing designer for our summer 2011 wedding. She is trying to tap into the bridal side of invites and so currently she is only charging for the paper and ink if you choose to have her print them off at her home. Otherwise feel free to print at another print company. She is super nice and wonderful to work with. She goes out of the way to make sure what you want is PERFECT for your big day 🙂 All together for my 150-160 pocket fold invites plus ceremony programs it is costing me 145.85!!! To me that is super super cheap…let me know if you want me to pass along her information to you 🙂
Post # 8
Another bee on here, gocubbies is starting to get into this, I’d recommend messaging her. Her samples are VERY nice & affordable 🙂
Designing Invitations to Sell to DIY Brides
Post # 9
I would suggest Evenstar Paper. Tessa is wonderful to work with and her invitations are beautiful.
Post # 10
The seller Grain on etsy did mine. She was AWESOME! She designed my invite, rsvp and info card in a day and a half and made countless changes that I requested. She was very freindly, easy to work with and quick to respond. She designed them for 25$ total and told me to come back when I am ready with my program wording and she would put it in with the design really fast for me.
Can’t say enough good about her. Made designing invites not stressful but fun!
PS, took her design and got 250 invites, rsvp cards, info cards and envelopes printed at catprint.com for $189!
Post # 11
Thanks so much everyone! I’ve got lots to consider 🙂
Post # 12
We went through Moira Design STudio. we were planning on going with their custom designs, but i actually fell in love with one from their ready-to-order line. one thing i LOVED about their designs is that they have all the matching pieces – programs, place cards, table numbers, menus, etc.
their prices vary depending on the inclusions you select, and i really liked the idea that you could just order the minimum and then do some of hte work yourself to save some $$$
i also wanted to have some of my pieces with additoinal goodies (i did a custom printed velum wrap with our monogram) and she was more than happy to accomodate the changes.
Post # 13
Printable Press does amazing work – and it’s all customsiable. She sells you the digital copy and you can get it printed anywhere! Reasonable prices and outstanding custom work.