(Closed) Cheap invitations

posted 11 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
469 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2008

Try Etsy!  I got mine there for $1.80 per set of invitation and RSVP card.  Both came with our return address stamped on the envelope.  I used seller Whimsical Prints – she’s very easy to work with and can pretty much do whatever you need.  Check out her shop; you won’t be disapointed!!!

Post # 4
177 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

Try Wedding Paper Divas.

Post # 5
484 posts
Helper bee

not sure what your budget is but Wedding Paper Diva’s has great invites at really reasonable prices. there’s usually 10% off code floating around too you just have to google it.



Post # 6
80 posts
Worker bee

einvite.com was great.  we just got our invites and thank yous the other day and they look spectacular.  there was a lot to choose from and many different price points.  good luck!

Post # 8
208 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

I ordered mine from Discount Invitations USA.  They were easy to work with and I think they were pretty affordable.  They were $3 each, which included:

Invitations w/double envelopes and return address printed, and colored ink

Envelope lining

Response set w/return address

Reception card

Envelope seals

You can leave out some of the items and it’d be cheaper.


Post # 9
96 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

I ordered all of my invites foiled envelopes, with response cards (addressed return envelopes), reception cards… from http://www.budgetweddinginvitations.com

I know.. the wedsite name is cheesy but the customer service was great and the TAT on the printing was good too…. I would recommend.

Post # 10
11 posts
  • Wedding: August 2009

I am planning on using 123print.com  They have been the most reasonable so far.  I also decided not to do the RSVP card that they offered, but designed a post card instead to save a little more.

For around $75 I am getting 100 invitations with envelopes, 100 RSVP Post Cards, and 100 business cards that I will print directions on

Post # 11
12 posts

I ran across a great website that has inexpensive invitations. The invites start at like $.65 each! They have lots of options and you can change the colors of the invites on their website. I have had lots of fun with that. Their invitations are nice and not cheesy like others I have run across. You should check it out


Post # 12
484 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2009

We bought the box sets from Target – $35 for 50 invites w/ envelopes and 50 rsvp cards with envelopes – You print them yourself but, they’re nice thick cardstock and cute designs!

Post # 13
2029 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

I noticed you said you need 300 invitations and I just wanted to make sure you realize that you only need one invitation per couple or household. You might need fewer than you think (unless you really are inviting 600 people to your wedding, in which case, WOW!).

Post # 14
5874 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2013

If you looking for something simple to print yourself Target has some good options.  I haven’t seen them in person (only online) but they are simple and modern and very well priced.

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