Post # 1
I am currently in the process of deciding how I want to do my invitations. I’m not sure if I want to do them myself, buy them and take them to be printed somewhere, or just order them already done. I also want to include the response card. What did you do? Where did you get them? How much did they end up costing? Do you have pictures of what they looked like? Just trying to get an idea of my options. I’ve been trying to look online, but I really have no idea where to start. Thanks!
Post # 2
Vistaprint.com and walmartstationary.com
they are affordable and good quality
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2015 - Carmen\'s Lakeview
I ordered my stationery from Vistaprint and I loved it! I have a background in graphic deisgn so I custom uploaded my content onto vistaprint. It cost me about $150 to order 100 invitations, 100 RSVP cards and 100 accommodation/reception cards 🙂
If you aren’t design savy, you can use their templates or purchase one from Etsy and all you have to do is plug in your information!
Here’s some of my stationery:
EMG91215: Almost forgot the tag! 🙂
Post # 4
We’re going to use Vistaprint! We’re having a small family-and-bridal-party only wedding (30 people), and it’ll probably cost us $50 for 20 invitations, 10 Save the Dates (for grandparents/etc who live far away and need more notice), and 20 reception cards so that we can put the separate reception address on there. If you wait for their sales or coupon codes, you can save a lot!
Post # 5
You can buy templates from Etsy. That’s how I did it!
Post # 6
- Wedding: July 2015 - Piedmont Community Church
Papersource during their MLK discount – 20% off. We did the gold foil confetti dot design, but switched up the fonts. All in – invites, reply cards, envelopes, enclosure folder, envelope liner and sash it was about $1100 for 200 (plus a few extras of the things I need to DIY – like the liner). A fair amount, but we love them and invites/paper were pretty high on the priority list.
This is the proof:
Post # 7
I saw a cute design on a different wedding invitation website and made my own on my computer. Then I sent it to vistaprint to be printed. We got 50 invitations, RSVPs, and envelopes for about $30. You can order free samples from most wedding invitation websites, so you can get an idea of style, wording, paper quality.
Post # 9
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Thanks so much for the wonderful recommendations! Special thanks to those who posted pics. They look awesome! I bet they are even better in person.