Where did you order your wedding invites from…

posted 3 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
371 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@Mrs_PinkHerman:  vistaprint and wedding paper divas – pricing is about 2 bucks per unit but it really depends on the style. I also know etsy sells invitations but they tend to be pricier. Also, sometimes vistaprint has promotions on groupon where you pay significantly less for a certain dollar amount.

Post # 5
3280 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

I bought mine at Michael’s and love them! It was less than $1 per invite including pocketfold, invite, RSVP card, matching envelopes and twine to put around them.


Post # 7
163 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

We ordered our save the dates and invitations from Minted. I couldn’t be happier with the quality and price!

Post # 8
2696 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014


Post # 9
286 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 2014

weddingpaperdivas.com 🙂 Totally recommend!!! They were great to work with and turned out beautiful!

Post # 10
487 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

Cardsandpockets.com! I was able to completely design my own invites (I didn’t like any pre-made designs enough) and it’s only going to be about $300 for 110 invitations!

Post # 11
3833 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

@Mrs_PinkHerman:   I ordered mine from Wedding Paper Divas.  45 invitations, 45 RSVP cards,  50 printed return envelopes for the RSVP cards, 55 outer envelopes and inner envelopes, order subtotal 245.10 and with discount, tax and shipping the grand total was $209.40   They are beautiful and I am delighted with the quality.  

Post # 13
568 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

@Mrs_PinkHerman:  Invites have been the bane of my existence during the wedding planning process and im struggling with where to order from. The cost just blows my mind on invitations. I refuse to spend more than $250 for 100 invites and its proving to be hard finding anything I like in that price range.


I ordered Save the Dates from Exclusively Weddings, cost $55 including tax and shipping for 100 STD’s (I had a 30% off coupon and they frequently have discounts and promotions going on) These are what I ordered, they are pretty simple but they have the raised ink which was nice and unexpected. I expected them to look like cheap flat printed ink that looked like I printed myself and was pleasently surprised that it was not the case. They arent super fancy or anything, the envelopes are really see through but they get the job done and i couldnt argue the price.


For invites I have looked at all these palces but not found something I like within my budget but you may find something at one of these places!
-Wedding Paper Divas
-Invitations by Dawn
-Invitations by davids bridal
-Exclusively Weddings


Post # 14
1532 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

Vistaprint. Can’t beat the deal. I used the textured card stock and everyone thought the invitations were pro quality! I got sooo many compliments! Ordered 100 invites, reception cards and response cards & envelopes – used coupons and paid under $200. There are ALWAYS coupons for this site. You just can’t beat it if you’re trying to stay on budget. I can’t possibly say enough good things about the value of their products.

Now if invites are something you want to spluge on – I would advise against it. The envelopes are cheap and thin. You also can’t get inner enveolpes. I had the back of my RSVP cards printed with a color design and it rubbed off a bit on the white side during shipping.

To me – those things were not worth hundereds of dollars. But I know these things are important to plenty of people. That invite will get photographed and probably end up in your wedding album so you had better like it!

Post # 15
20 posts
  • Wedding: April 2014

Anne’s Bridal Bargains. Paid $120 for 200 invites. They are very simple, but classy. 

Post # 16
1154 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: January 2015

We’re getting ours from Klinefeld Paper, for a complete set (RSVP cards, Directions cards, Invitation itself, etc) we’re looking at spending about $4500ish for 125 not including postage (letterpressed), but if FI can talk me into it (doubt it but we’ll see) there’s a “digital” copy of the same invitation on cotton paper, I did really love the sampe but I’m such a sucker for letterpressed paper goods but we’ll see, that would be something like $2000ish for the set of 125.  We’re in a position where the cost doesn’t really matter, but it still kind of makes me sick to think we’d be dropping 5k on invitations when people just throw them out after opening/after the wedding when the digital ones were on a plush (and thick) paper that I loved and still looked just as elegant.

Long story short Klinefeld Paper has a ton of gorgeous designs, definitely check them out!     

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