Post # 1
I know it may be different based on location (unless you did your invites online). But I’m wondering how much people’s invites cost–per person please! 🙂 I’m mainly wondering for people who ordered invites through someone else. but for people who DIYed, I’d be interested on how much it all came to also!
Post # 3
We ordered 50 invitations, rsvp cards, thank you cards and a bunch of extra envelopes and it cost $240 including tax and shipping to Canada from the states. I don’t know exact price per person for just the invitations though sorry.
But overall, I loved the invitations and am really happy with the price 🙂 We ordered from weddingpaperdivas.com and I would definitely recommend them as they had tons of different options and they made sure you had exactly what you wanted before printing.
Post # 4
We ordered 65 invitations from Wedding Paper Diva and the cost (with a $20 coupon) was about $135. Envelopes were included and we ordered 15 extra envelopes. We’re not doing any insert cards so that helped cut down on the cost for us.
Post # 5
We ordered during our vendor’s semi-annual 20% off sale. We got 100 invitations, with inner and outer envelopes, RSVP cards and return envelopes pre-printed. We had 2 font colors and colored envelope liners. It came to $225.
Then I DIY’ed reception cards for each invite that cost about $8 total.
Post # 6
$435 for 100 letterpressed invites (2 colors).
Post # 7
Total, we ordered 75 invitations, inner and outer envelopes (with our return address printed on the outer envelopes), RSVP cards and return envelopes, and reception enclosure cards for a total price of $420 (with a $20 coupon).
We also ordered from Wedding Paper Divas, and I would highly recommend them! Their customer service is great, and we received the invitations about a week after placing the order.
In my excitement to start addressing the envelopes, I accidentally wrote my guests’ addresses, instead of my return address, on the RSVP return envelopes…called WPD and told them my error, and they shipped 75 new return envelopes to me the next day, free of charge 🙂 (I don’t work for the company, but I will sing their praises all day long!)
Post # 8
I had my invites custom designed by my graphic designer bridesmaid but the printing of the invite, RSVP card, envelope, and addresses on the envelopes totaled $443, but it was a pretty complex wedding suite.
Post # 9
I live in Canda and went to a a craft store called Micheal’s (not sure if you have these in the US.) and bought cards that you have to print on yourself. They are beautiful! They cost $55.00 for a pack of 30 Includeing printable invites, response cards, directions cards; ribbon, jacket, seals & mailing labels.
Here a picture if you would like to see
Post # 10
may i ask which printer you used? great price for letterpress!
Post # 11
I’ve been looking at zazzle.com of all places… They’re going to be $1.57 ea for 100 for invitation only, then I’m going to try to do my own inserts. I also found some inexpensive lined envelops that would be about $30 for all invitations that I may or may not get.
Post # 12
I just purchased my invites last night from einvites.com (through costco.com so you get a 20 or 25 percent discount on everything). For 80 invites and envelopes with RSVP card and addressed envelopes for the RSVP I paid $159.
Post # 13
i ordered my invites through invitationsbydawn.com i got 75 invites + thank you cards + envelopes + seashell sticker seals for approx. $185 incl. tax + shipping to the US. had i wanted 100 invites or 50 invites, it would have plus or minus a few dollars, so i just got what i needed.
Post # 14
We haven’t ordered yet but for 40 it will cost $60 including shipping with RSVP cards from vistaprint.com. Our shipping will be to Tokyo. I think its a great price cosidering. They have specials often so the RSVP cars are free and the invitaions are about $.84 each. They have many designs plus custom envelopes. I think they are elegant.
Post # 15
i used “the aerialist press” based in cali. they did everything via email since i am in seattle. highly recommend them! i already got my invites and they are sitting in a box next to my bed… haha. and they even designed them for me too! (price includes custom design). letterpress looks great and each piece is hand pressed. you can order a sample of their work for $5 to see if you like it. good luck!
Post # 16
We ordered ours in Vietnam, and they ended up costing $40 for 100. I can’t wait to see them!