Post # 1
Anyone have any good low cost sites for ordering wedding invitations and save the dates? I thought about printing my own, but I think it may just be a big hassel to do that (I don’t work well with technology) and I’m worried about the cost of ink!!!
Post # 3
Vistaprint is alright – inexpensive, but the quality is a bit lacking. It’s definitely the cheapest route though.
I did mine through CatPrint, and I HIGHLY recommend. You can order hard copy proofs ahead of time in order to make sure your prints are acceptable. They will do any size or quantity which is great when so many force you to do batches that may be too large. They also have a ton of paper options, and they will send you a free paper sample booklet. I also found their customer service to be quick and courteous.
Post # 4
People seem to use vistaprint a lot here and most are pretty happy with them! But I didn’t use them, so I can’t really say much about quality.
Post # 5
We used Minted. Not the cheapest we found, but we had a pretty good discount code at the time.
Post # 6
@SimplyEuphoric: I used purpletrail.com for my save the dates.
For invitations I used Storkie.com
They were inexpensive (at least for me bc in my area-invitations can be pretty $$$!) And the quality is great.
I didn’t like Vistaprint bc like PP said, the quality is like printer paper.
There is also invitationsbydawn.com but their quality is also lacking
Post # 7
We’re planning to order our invites from Invitations by Dawn. I ordered some samples, and the quality seemed OK to me, but it depends on what you’re looking for and how formal you want to be. They were definitely more sturdy than most things I’ve purchased from Vistaprint (AKA our Save the Dates).
For 96 invitations, reception cards, response cards, and thank you cards (they only sell in quanities of a dozen), I’m guessing we’ll spend $250-$275. They have value invitations and all in one invitations that are much more cost efficient, though. They often have coupon codes and you can also get cashback from Ebates.