Post # 1
I am in desperate need of online invitation vendor suggestions (or vendors in nyc). I don’t have the time to DIY and I have looked into sites like weddingpaper divas and etsy.
Please let me know what sites you used or where you got your invites. Paper quality is important and also someone who can deliver the invites soon.
Post # 3
I worked with Heather from Letterpress Light on Etsy. She was able to complete my order in less than a week! I loved her craftsmanship, quality, and service, so I highly highly highly recommend her!!
Post # 4
I just received my invites from The Aerialist Press. They are AMAZING! They worked with me to design our perfect suite. They are prompt, kind, responsive, and extremely reasonably priced for letterpress. Check them out – theaerialistpress.com. I’m very into paper and paper products – it had to be letterpress. I couldn’t be happier with our invites.
Post # 5
I used Hello Lucky and they were great. They offer both letterpress and digital so it is easy to work out something in your budget.
Post # 6
I have a lot of suggestions. I have been absolutely paper-obsessed for the past few months 🙂 Still no decision on my invitations yet, but I’m getting closer.
Minted.com has a ton of designs because they hand-pick designers and post them all in once place. Their letterpress is over-priced in my opinion, but great options for flat printed invitations.
Baumbirdy on Etsy is another I am considering for flat printed invites, and maybe a few other fun things like cake flags. http://www.etsy.com/shop/baumbirdy. What I appreciate about them is that my fiance likes their designs too- we have not been agreeing on invitations because he hates calligraphy 🙂
Delphine Press is also great because you can customize all of their designs right on the website- change colors, etc. http://delphinepress.com/
Park Life Press has great prices. He has some designs on his website, and will work with you to customize. But if you get a graphic designer to PDF what you want exactly for a design and then send it to Travis, he will take your press-ready artwork and letterpress. Moreon that here http://www.parklifepress.com/faq/
Paper Source. Go to the section titled Custom Printing, and then Wedding Invitations- http://www.paper-source.com. I went with letterpress save the dates and they came out great! And only cost me about $200 for 50 (1 color), and for letterpress that is great. You can also order a sample book of all their papers for just $5. Also a great website if you decide to DIY- lots of templates, informational videos, etc.
Bella Figura. Absolutely GORGEOUS. This is a little more expensive, but totally worth it. I am considering their New Calligraphy for my invites on 2-ply paper. Just got the sample in the mail and it doesn’t disappoint. To save money and the environment, I plan to put RSVP information on the back of the envelopes and ask my guests to call or log onto my website to RSVP. http://www.bellafigura.com/.