(Closed) Invitation cost

posted 11 years ago in Paper
Post # 12
49 posts
  • Wedding: March 2010

i haven’t gotten my invites started yet, but i did just order my pocketfolds from cardsandpockets.com! the pocketfolds were cheaper than i thought i could make them for (metallic pocketfolds for 78 cents!! but the quality is still amazing! 🙂

also, michaels is having a sale on their invites from today until the 7th. check them out!


i’ve decided that i’m going to make the stuff that i can’t buy for cheaper. i originally wanted to make it all to save money, but why waste time when i can pay for it to be done and they cost the same!?


i think that the price seems a little high since you haven’t added in the printing, ribbon, postage, etc. i really do feel that if you look around you can sometimes find them for less, but then you can save money by taking the time to do the stuff that’d be expensive otherwise.

good luck! 

Post # 13
6 posts

I order my invitation paper from Vroman’s Fine Stationery in Pasadena, CA from a company called envelopments and that price sounds right for that qty. If you are doing it your self.

Post # 14
180 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

I just ordered my paper for the entire wedding (120 invitations including map, reply postcard, and lined envelope, programs, table numbers, escort cards, and extra) from LCIpaper.com and my total was $200. I highly recommend ordering paper online. You can get samples for cheap and make a mock-up invite (as I did) then figure out how much you need based on that. I am printing them in my own printer and will probably have to buy one extra ink cartridge. I may be biased, but I swear they look professional. I don’t think anyone will guess that each invitation costs about $1.

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