Post # 1
I am currently searching for wedding invitations. I know I don’t want to spend a lot of time or money on them but since I made sure my Save the Dates were nice, I need to make sure that my invitations out-shine them just a little bit.
I need suggestions on what to do. Should I order them online? I’m not opposed to buying a kit at the store and printing them myself, although I would be concerned on our not so up-to-date printer doing the job. Does anyone know where in Orlando I could find inexpensive but super cute invitations????? Should I visit stationary places? If so, I have no idea where to start or what companies may be good. Calling all Orlando brides!!!! Please let me know 🙂
Post # 3
Oh dear. I had a hard time finding good invite shops in Central and North Florida. I ended up designing my own and having Mercurio Brothers print them in CA. I just got them today and they rock! I will prob be posting a pic of them tomorrow. They are online and do letterpress or regular printing.
Post # 4
Write in Style is really nice in the Altamonte Mall. I haven’t done wedding invitations yet, but did do some looking and their selection is very nice and they do tend to advertise some deals.
Post # 5
Not sure if you’re still looking, but I didn’t have much luck with local vendors. I went with weddingpaperdivas.com and they did a beautiful job with my invites. They sent me a proof online and gave me suggestions for what I should and shouldn’t put on there- they have such a great selection and a wide variety of styles! Plus if you sign up for their promotional emails, they nearly always have a 10% coupon. If you request a sample copy of the invite/save the date ($1 for each sample you request), they send you a card that has a coupon code in it too. So I got about 25% (and free shipping) off the original cost! Gotta love coming in under budget. 🙂