Post # 1
Okay, so for me invites are not numero uno on my list of priorities. That being said I do love all the great invites I have seen other bees use! But I just need something relatively simple and to the point.
We’re having a large wedding, hence many, many invites, RSVP cards, and programs. I have found some seal n’ send invites on http://www.annsbridalbargains.com that I like, and they’re relatively inexpensive, especially with the discounts offered. Only thing is I want to TRY to get programs from wherever I order so that I can kill two birds with the one proverbial stone and cut down on shipping costs (they always rape me in the end!).
Any suggestions of websites for me to look at? I need help!
Post # 3
I got mine from vistaprints.com. I got 100 invites for 30 with shipping. If you want me to send you the offers pm me. I signed up for the business discounts (never the wedding ones) and I found deal links online, whichever was better, I used. They have hundreds to choose from.
Post # 5
I signed up on weddingclipart.com ..My fiance bought me the year subscription.. The great thing about the site is that with the subscription you can print as much as you want! They have invites, save the dates, clipart, cards, programs, menus.. that you can edit on their site or edit on your computer.. you can have them printed by the company or you can print them yourself from your home computer (or take the file to fedex/kinkos). I’m using it for invitations, dessert buffet signs, tags, programs, menus. Below is my invitation/reception card/rsvp card/menu and then I used the clip art from that site and on microsoft word I made a bingo shower game for my moh to use…
Post # 6
@Miss MoSlow: That’s a new one I hadn’t heard of before!
Post # 7
well im a freebie nut and and DIY nut.
They have some pretty cool templates that I would download… buy paper in a stack and press print and add ribbon 🙂 some funky designs too! just incase you ever want to go the diy route and your not a graphic designer 🙂
Post # 8
I printed out my cards on a DIY kit I found at Ollies, a discount store (not sure if it’s national or not). I got 100 invites for 10 dollars. 🙂
Post # 9
Anyone else?? Pretty, pretty please
Post # 10
I got mine from 123print.com and I was really happy with them!
Post # 11
@Mrs.tobe: what, exactly, are you looking for?
Overnightprints.com is good, vistaprint is good, you can get tons of choices at walmart or target or michaels or hobby lobby or any other craft store.
You can design your own and print them on card stock.
There are lots of tutorials on here and on the web, as well as tons of examples.
(Me, I’ve got to tie my Fiance down and refuse to let him do anything until he writes out the wording for our invites… no FB, MafiaWars on MySpaces, Ebay, etc until it’s done! LOL)
Post # 12
If you have a michaels near you I would check them out. They always have wedding invites on clearance at my store for incredible prices!
Post # 13
I purchased ours from Betsywhite.com, it’s an online stationery boutique based in Atlanta that does thermography. They have wedding logos, napkins, stickers, invites, programs, thank you cards, and more. It’s all reasonably priced. Another great online boutique is Whiteaisle.com, but it’s a little pricy (offers flat printing, thermography, and letterpress).
Post # 14
We did Wedding Paper Divas and got 65 invitations for $130.
Post # 15
@tksjewelry: Did any of the invites have logos or vistaprint name on it?