Post # 1
This is my first post – thank you for taking the time to help me!
I have so totally fallen for letterpress invitations for our wedding. The only problem is the price…
Does anyone know of any affordable letterpress options around the place?
Post # 3
Have you looked at Minted.com? They just started letterpress, it seems much less expensive than most places. They also usually have 15% off coupon codes?
Post # 4
mercurio brothers is great! i got my invites there, love them, not too pricey
Post # 6
I got mine from Wedding Paper Divas, they were much cheaper than anything I could find on Minted or Etsy. They were still expensive, I paid about $850 with tax and shipping for 100 invitations, RSVP cards, information cards, tissue-lined envelopes, and return addressing on outer envelopes and RSVP envelopes. If you order a sample, they sent you a 20% off coupon, which I did as well. They are beautiful and high quality thick paper, I think they were definitely worth it and look much more expensive!
Post # 8
Thank you ladies! I have looked at a few different places – some that are inexpensive tend not to be as nice as the others… But I guess you get what you pay for.. Oh well I think I might have to cough up the moneys and go for it!
Thanks again for your suggestions
Post # 9
@walking-on-sunshine: If you haven’t already booked a place, I have a $50 off card to Mercurio Brothers that you are welcome to have. They printed mine and they turned out amazing. Their paper is so thick and fancy, but it’s the cheapest place I found.
Post # 10
@walking-on-sunshine: I’m DIY my letterpress invitations and I’m loving how they are turning out. If you still havn’t ordered your invitations you might want to look into doing them yourself. I’m using the L letterpress machine and I’m very surprised at the results. After getting over the learning curve I find that it produces some pretty amazing invitations.
I’d be more than happy to share tips… There are a lot of things that once I learned made everything so much easier!