Post # 1
I’ve been looking for good prices on my invitations, has anyone used 123print.com? Their prices seem to be very cheap (which I am loving of course), but I would like to know what the quality of the invitations are.
Also, if you have any other suggestions for cheap invitations, all input is welcome!
Post # 3
I love 123 print! I ordered my save the date magnets frim them and they were SO inexpensive and super nice! I think they came out to about $.80 each and they are quite large. I haven’t done invitations, though. Best of all, they offer free shipping, and here in Alaska, that means A LOT!
Post # 4
I used them for my invitations and loved them! They send free samples if you request, so you can see the the quality before you order. I order 100 invitations, 100 rsvp cards, and a two-sided postcard size insert, with enevelopes for all for under $150- all full color! If you sign up for their email alerts; they do 20% off all the time.
Post # 5
you should order the free samples. i thought the invites were a little thin but my std postcards turned out great.
Post # 6
They don’t ship to Canada, do they??
Post # 7
Yes they do send you samples. I believe you can order 3 different kinds and they will send you the sample invite, rsvp, and the envelopes. I ordered my STD from them and really liked them. I need to order my invites!
Post # 8
catprint.ccom has lovely paper! Try them as well 🙂
Post # 9
I personally didn’t like the invites from 123 print (I ordered the samples). I thought the prices were fantastic… and the invites themselves were cute… but they needed a little something extra to make them special. I thought about adding ribbon, or a pocket fold from them.. a little extra DIY effort to make them ‘the ones’. So my recommendation is to order the samples! And then remember the possibilites of DIY if you are left underwhelmed.
I ordered my rehersal invites and save the dates from them. I had post cards made. Love the post cards from 123 print!
Post # 10
I made a special post about 123 Print vs Vistaprint a couple days ago, you might want to read.
Post # 11
We used 123print for our invites. We ordered the samples beforehand. We didn’t want to spend a lot of money on paper that people will throw away. They are super duper cheap! For $190 we got 200 invites, 200 envelopes with our return address on it, 200 RSVP cards with their envelopes with our address on the front. They do everything for you for cheap! The shipping is always free too which is a plus. They aren’t super fancy, meaning there isn’t much texture or embellishments. I’m buying rhinestones from michaels and putting them on the invites. It took me like 15 minutes to do 200. The quality is nice, too. The only bad thing about 123print is that the spacing isn’t perfect. it’s really hard to make the spacing adequate since you do everything yourself. We signed up for the $6 “review” and the spacing was still bad. but you know what? no one noticed when we showed them.
I highly recommend them. You can’t go wrong with that price!
Post # 12
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I used 123print as well. I actually had a typo on my invites that I didn’t catch until I had all 80 all them. I emailed their customer service, and they sent, free of charge, a whole new batch of revised invites. I highly recommend them!
Post # 13
Thank you all for your input. I have ordered 3 samples from them, so now I will just wait and see if the paper quality is okay with me!
Post # 14
Anns bridal bargains is where I got my invites from. I got 150 invites for under 140 with free shipping. But the best thing to do is order samples from different places and compare paper quality etc