Post # 1
Can any brides in the North East USA tell me how much they paid for invitations, how many, and type of printing?
I want to get a ballpark estimate of prices around here so I have an idea what to expect.
Thanks! I’d love to see pics of your invitation suites too!
Post # 2
ohana33 : it can run from $1-$3 depending on what u are looking for. But that’s just for invitation , if u are looking for Invitation, RSVP, enclosure for direction n hotel then it will more. When I checked minted n wedding paper divas (100 pieces) it came out to approx$800 and $600 after 25 %coupn. This is for the invitation that I picked at that time but I have decided to go DIY route which is still not cheap but I liked my DIY idea better. Gold foil costs more and STD is extra. FYI, wedding paper divas is having a sale for 40% off so u ll be able to get Better deal than what I saw before. Good luck!
Post # 3
ohana33 : I m not sure what kind you are looking for, i.e. Fancy or budget friendly. If you are looking for fancy Etsy has tons and if u are looking for budget friendly I did come across some cheaper options too- https://www.annsbridalbargains.com/sep-and-send-wedding-invitations/
Hope that helps
Post # 4
I had pretty fancy invitations – hand torn edges dipped in gold – and a full suite like this. We also had the matching thank you cards. We paid around $1000. Our printer was outside of Boston.
Post # 5
- Wedding: July 2017 - The Lodge at Little Seneca Creek
It really depends on what you want. I went the budget route. I know a lot of budget brides use Vistaprint. They didn’t have any styles I liked, so I went with Paperless Post. I ordered 50 invitations on Black Friday (30% off) and paid $110 for invitations, inserts, envelopes with a green liner (we could’ve just gotten plain ones for cheaper, but with the 30% off, I figured why not?), taxes, and shipping. Here’s our invitation and insert (The invitation is the template–we changed our names to be green though):
Post # 6
I bought a PDF from etsy for $15 for the invitations and RSVPs. I had them printed at my local college with envelopes for each for $8 total. We are only have about 30 guests so I ordered 20 invitations/20 RSVPs and we have extras. So $23 total.
Post # 7
ohana33 : I was horrified by invitation prices, even with having a small wedding of only 30 people. I ended up purchasing my entire invitation suite from an Esty store called TheAmericanWedding. These people were absolutely amazing. Top notch service! And if you wanted to forgo certain items of the suite, they reduce the cost of the overall price (unlike others who increase the price for a small number of invites, and less items for the suite).
Post # 8
my Bridesmaid or Best Man designed my suite. and i used vista print to print it all. it was about $300 for everything and i upgraded paper stock too. i priced the exact thing out with a stationary store and it was just over $1000.
Post # 9
We paid just over $700 for 155 invitations from Minted. Ours had foil detail printed on them. The entire order included the invitations, reception cards, RSVP cards and envelopes, outer envelopes and free address labeling. You can usually find promo codes floating around online too if you decide to order them online.
Post # 10
I am using Inviteshop.com for our invitations. They have templates already made, which are completely customizable, or you can design your own. Their design shop was very easy to use and I ended up creating my invitation, RSVP card, detail card, save the date and thank you to all match. The cards are .89, .69, or .49 depending on size and the envelopes are .15. You can also pay for upgrades such as shape, fancier paper, colored envelopes or to have one of their in house designers look over everything to make sure everything looks good. One of the nicest things is that they allow you to order samples of your personalized designs so you know exactly what they will look like before you order a ton of them. I did this because I was concerned about the paper quality at such an affordable price. So far I have been nothing but impressed with Invite Shop. At this point I have only ordered my Save the Dates, other than the samples for the rest, and they came out great.
Post # 11
I used Vista print and was very happy with the quality. I paid a little extra to beef up the cardstock and avoided the free white envelopes they include and paid for matching ones. Including stamps (2 stamps per invite), I paid around $500 for everything.