Post # 32
- Wedding: September 2009 - Harbison Chapel & The Maple Lane Farm
http://www.Sanskripts.com. This is who we are working with (Bree) and her prices are great. 1.75 each, comes with envelopes AND great paper choices. Totally customizable.
Post # 33
Someone above mentioned this, but http://www.annsbridalbargains.com/ seems to have some good, cheap invites in the $50/100 range. Also, http://www.weddinginvitationsguide.com/inexpensive-wedding-invitations.html has some low-price ones too.
Post # 34
- Wedding: May 2011 - Trinity Lutheran Church & Idlewild Country Club
<span class=”Apple-style-span” style=”font-family: tahoma; font-size: 13px”>Try vistaprint.com! You can upload your design (or use their templates) and have them print them. At the 5.5"x4" size, one sided, glossy, with envelopes, and with shipping in the USA, you can get 100for $101.98 and standard shipping (although there are a lot of options) for $11.15. You can then upload a desisingfor an RSVP card at a smaller size, I think it’s 3.5" x 5", glossy, one sided, with envelopes for $48.73 with $12 shipping.
This comes to a total of $173.86 or about $1.74 per invite.
Then all you have to do it buys outer envelopes (if you’re using them) for a little bit more. I believe envelope mall has good ones and a ton of options. Of course, if you wanted to place your invites into a pocket fold, you’d have to order those and they’d be a little more pricy. Or if you wanted to order paper to back your invites with, that would add a little more money too.
If you don’t want to pay a lot to get invites designed, I design invites for brides to download and print on their own for around $75-$95. You get to chose what you want and I can build it for you to fit in the software you want, like Word. You can pm me if interested or see some of my designs athttp://www.colorcoated.etsy.com .
Post # 35
I had a great experience shopping with http://www.invitationstyles.com/. The price is reasonable, and the invitations are beautiful. My order arrived in about 4 business days after we approved the final changes to our proof.
Post # 36
I’ve become good friends with the woman we bought our STD’s from and I’m working with her on designing invites. They are cheap but her style is AMAZING! Sorry if these are big, I just pulled them from her site to show you:
Post # 37
Try MonogramWedding.com, they have lots of options you can cutomize to fit every budget!
Post # 38
I absolutely LOVE vistaprint!!!
For my wedding I’m doing this:
Invite made as a postcard on vistaprint (vp)
Table numbers made as brochures on vp
With the table numbers I am taping the inside of the brochure so that it stands as a triangle.
With the table number on one face, I spy on another face, and the menu on the last side.
Place Cards – Premium Business Cards
Ceremony Program – lawn sign
Maad Libs/Advice Cards – Postcards
I’m also subscribed to their emails, so you get emailed cheap deals all the time, usually most if not everything you are after is free! Only needing to pay for shipping! Its amazing!!!
And I think it still looks great! The quality is fantastic!!!
I use them heaps and recommend them! =]