(Closed) Economical but high quality invites?

posted 7 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
5118 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

We’re getting ours from a company call seal-and-send. (sealandsend.net) Their page is a bit weird to navigate, but I LOVE our invites. It needs no envelope and just one regular stamp, and the RSVP card is a tear-off postcard so you save postage there as well. They also have recycled paper 🙂

Post # 4
15 posts

What about pocketfolds? Are interested in those? This would give you the option of a place for your additional cards.

Post # 7
1660 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

i used weddingpaperdivas and i loved them… I think the quality is excellent and their customer service superb – they’re not cheap but not super expensive either. weddingchicks.com has some free invitations suites that you can customize and print on your own – for free! I wish I’d known about that. I bet if you had them printed on high quality cardstock they’d be awesome.

Post # 9
2702 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

I can’t stop talking about 123print.com. I did not want to spend a lot of money in invitations (people just throw them away!!). They are super super cheap and they are really quick. I ordered my invites on a sunday night and I received them Wednesday. Everything is done for you. You can even have them print your address on the envelopes. We got 200 invitations, RSVP cards, and personalized envelopes for $190. Shipping is always free too. I just ordered our escort cards from them too. We order 250 cards for $36! You can’t beat it. The quality of the paper is awesome, too. You can order a sample size for free if you’re not too sure about it!

Post # 10
100 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

@manila128: I know that Target has some wedding invitation kits available in most stores.

Post # 11
199 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: December 2010

@manila128: We ordered ours from walmart.com. In addition to the huge packs of 50 invites and envelopes for $20 (not what we were looking for), we found they had really nice invitation kits.

Ours were $20 for 25 invite kits which included the invitations, inner envelopes, outter envelopes, 2 inserts, reply cards and envelopes. We were really impressed with the quality and (to sound pretty cliche), people couldn’t believe we got them from walmart. For all of the “pieces,” we couldn’t beat the price!

Post # 12
21 posts
  • Wedding: September 2011

I order all my invitations from Vistaprint for $50. I ordered 50 invitations, 50 rsvp cards, 50 reception cards, map postcards, matching return address labels and envelope seals. Everyone has commented how cute they are.

Post # 13
9029 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

You can try ordering free samples from different companies like 123 print, davids bridal… etc. I ordered mine from Anns Bridal bargains and was very happy with the price and quality

Post # 14
367 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

I went through Wedding Paper Divas. I was able to have thermography, nice thick paper, lined inner and outer evelopes  . . . the whole deal for a lot less than other vendors and designers. Some of the prices out there are insane. They have coupons floating around out there too. They aren’t as inexpensive as say Michael’s or the DIY route, but they can save you some $$ if you aren’t crafty.

I took a look at the Michael’s invites after my wedding. They had some really nice designs that looked a lot more expensive than their price-tag. Looking back, I could have saved a decent amount of money going this route. Hindsight is 20/20 right . . .

Post # 15
1340 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

We are using Zazzle and waiting on a decent sale to order them. I used them for my college graduation party invites and had them printed on white linen and can’t rave enough about them. The turn around was super quick, the quality is impeccable and the price is fabulous.

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