Post # 1
Who did you use? Did you love them? Do you have pics?
I’m price shopping between minted.com, weddingpaperdivas.com, and now I’m searching etsy but…oy…it’s so cumbersome. I like that most of the etsy sellers have a flat price for the whole invitation suite.
So, lovely bees…please advise me on which Etsy sellers I should check out for invitations!! I’m trying to keep this simple and painless!!
THANK YOU 🙂
Post # 3
I used at etsy seller who just does the PDFs, not the actual printing. I’ll get that done at staples or something like that. I recommend her for something more unique/casual.
Her website is here: http://www.etsy.com/shop/sthblue
She made me a custom invite for $80.
Post # 4
Thanks @Kewii:!! Going to check her out right now…
Post # 5
This is a fellow bee, there is a link to her etsy shop on her fb. She does digital and/or printing.
Post # 6
@tksjewelry: Thank you!!
Keep ’em coming y’all!! I need all the help I can get…feeling a little lost as of now!
Post # 7
I’m using Kissin’ Krafts by jpascarella1 on Etsy. Here’s a link to her shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/jpascarella1?ref=seller_info
I haven’t placed my final order yet but she has sent me two free samples of her work and has been great so far with maintaining communication and doing her best to accomodate my requests. I’m basically combining aspects of three of her different invitation designs for my invite and she has been wonderful with helping me in every way possible. I found her via the now Mrs. Snowcone who also used her for invitations. Mrs. Snowcone had a small mishap with typos on the invitations which she blogged about but I PMed her to get an honest opinion before contacting the etsy seller and she said she would definitely recommend her! I loved her prices because I had my heart set on a pocket-fold but they were SO expensive from other sites. Jessi (the etsy seller) is diong a clutch pocket-fold for like 1/2 the price of other sites like weddingpaperdivas.
Post # 8
I used this vendor (these are the invites I purchased too):
They were pretty redonkulous expensive, BUT most etsy sellers will work out deals with you where they will print everything, and not put it together, and just ship it to you to assemble. Darling Husband and I did that, and it saved us $100. Either way, it was really worth it to do the etsy invites, and people still talk about how beautiful my invitations are, and many family members have saved it just because it was “too pretty to throw away” even 8 months since our wedding:)
Post # 9
I used Mandy Richard Designs for all of my paper products from the save the dates to the invites to the place cards. You can see pics scattered within our wedding pics. She was WONDERFUL and people raved about the designs! She also has a facebook page with tons of pics so you can check out pics there.
Post # 10
I used the Stylish Scribe for my boarding pass invitations. She personalized them to my wedding colors and theme and they came out great. $380 for 80 invites, completely assembled and ready to go.
Post # 11
I’m using BeautifullyInviting for everything (engagement party invites, save the dates, wedding invites, escort cards, etc.) She is so nice and has been awesome to work with.
Post # 12
I used Little Ladybug Press
This was the front of my invitation – http://www.etsy.com/listing/41608442/the-kate-dandelion-invitation
And this was the inside
Post # 13
We used Shine Invitations, and they were awesome. They were great about communicating with me and the invitations turned out exactly like I wanted, in excellent quality.