(Closed) good quality affordable invitations in GTA (pref. online)

posted 10 years ago in Toronto
Post # 3
1 posts

Hey, i design wedding invitations and cards, and i have a shop on etsy.com.

Please take a look through my shop: http://www.printjenny.etsy.com

All of my cards and sets are customizable–fonts and colors can be changed to fit your theme : )

you can also check out my feedback score for my other shop- http://www.ceramicjen.etsy.com

Thanks for looking, and good luck with your wedding planning!



Post # 4
1423 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

After aaaa loooot of looking I discovered these best bets for quality and affordability:

Reaves Engraving — thermography, engraving, letterpress (I had their samples sent to me and the work is beautiful)

Mercurio Brothers — cheapest letterpress I’ve seen — 100 1-color letterpress invites and response cards starting at $349!  Envelopes not included.  (Where I got my invites)


Post # 5
1423 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

Although I’m not sure about the Canada thing.

Post # 6
1061 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

I used Vertallee Letterpress, and the prices were the same as Mercurio and the customer service was better (Mercurio seemed a little…busy? all over the place?). Also not sure if they ship to Canada, but it’s worth a try! Kat is awesome. =)

Post # 7
72 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: Small church ceremony, museum reception

are you looking for letterpress, flat printed, something else? You said you’re in Canada, and Baron Cards is based there. Super cute flat-printed cards that are eco-friendly too: http://www.baroncards.com/

 For affordable letterpress, try Hello Lucky, based in San Francisco. Their Marry Me line is quite nice, and through July you can get 25% any invite order with a code from Lucky magazine. hellolucky.com

Post # 8
671 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2015

Commenting to look back later.

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