Post # 1
I’m having a semi-destination wedding. I live in CA and all of our guests (but two people) are flying in for our wedding. I need to know if anyone has any suggestions for where to get invitations be it, online or actually going somewhere to get them. Also what should I include with the invitations? Do you think the invite, accomodations info and our website, and RSVP cards are enough? Thanks!
Post # 3
for our invitaitons, we are having the invite, rsvp card and envelope, reception card with address on it, inner and outer envelopes. I ordered ours through http://www.moiradesignstudio.com and love them! i ordered from their ready-to-order line but had some ideas that i wanted to incorporate to make them more unique and the designer has totally worked with me to create exactly what i wanted. i noticed that htey have a section in their collection for destination invites as well.
another thing that i really like about ordering through them is all their pricing is upfront online. you can just have the invite printed and cut and do the mounting, ribbon, etc, DIY if you want. or you can have them do everything, just depending on your price range.
Post # 4
We are having a destination wedding. Though our invites aren’t necessarily going to reflect that, we are using an online site called http://www.magnetstreet.com. We got our save the dates there and they did a great job. Pricing is very reasonable and if you order by the end of April you get a 25% discount. I can always give you the code if you decide to go this route. The other great thing is that almost every aspect of every invitation is changable and you can personalize it. I changed all the colors and wording on the original I picked out. Play around with it a bit 🙂 Good Luck!!
Post # 5
We ordered ours from http://www.theamericanwedding.com They have free samples, and promos all the time (just sign up for their mailing list, or use retailmenot.com). I’m very impressed with the quality, and the turn around time is quick—one week!
Post # 6
I made my invites, and have made several other peoples as well. I design, they print and assemble. It’s been a ton of fun! And a good way for me to flex my graphic designer muscle while being a stay at home mom. Not to mention get brides with specific needs what they want but don’t want to apy thousands of dollars for
To include, definitly send them a lot earlier then a regular invite because people will need to plan and buy tickets. A Save The Date is a must, and have the venue info on that with info on how to book.
In the actual invite (sorry I veered off track there a little) RSVP, info on venue and all contact info, a itenerary of wedding day events even if vauge – just so they don’t fly in the day of and miss half of it…thats all I can think of.
Post # 7
We were going to do them ourselves but saw where David’s was having a sale online, 25% off and free shipping. They came in this week and we are really pleased. They ended up costing $1.68 a piece and we don’t have to do anything but attach the ribbon.