Do I need to send out invites for my tiny wedding?

posted 2 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 16
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32 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2020

Walmart.com has lots of wedding invitations that you can personalize online and then they print them for you. A lot of the choices are under $1 each and they come with plain white envelopes. 

Post # 17
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397 posts
Helper bee

I’m having a small wedding and bought 12 invites from a seller on etsy and wrote on the details and sent them out. They were well received even though everyone knew about the wedding! It was inexpensive but for some reason made me feel like I’d done it “right”. I don’t think there’s a right or wrong way to do it!

Post # 20
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394 posts
Helper bee

Again, I always say the bride and groom are always right.  You also know your guests.  An email, phone call, text whatever is fine but you can very cheapily and creativey make your own invites even get 60% off folded cards at say Michael’s and print out the workding for thien ivte on pretyt paper.  Cut and glue it ot the card and if you want it more personal take a photo and for 20cents at Walmart make actual copies of the photo (a real picture) and glue to front.  Draw a little heart on the back with a gold pen and put Priceless.  You can even do a short video clip and send it; with a smaller wedding you can save and be creative and have fun.

 

Post # 21
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445 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2017

VistaPrint was great for my 40 person wedding. A note about them is that you can only order bundles of 10, I believe. 

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