Post # 1
I am trying to find a place that will make nice invitations for a reasonable price. I really don’t like the Carlson Craft line which everyone seems to be promoting. I don’t think the quality of the paper is very high. Any local suggestions?
Post # 3
Hmm I’m not sure about local for you, but have you checked etsy? I’m sure you could find someone who used paper to your qualifications and had designs you like!
Post # 4
Did you check out Papyrus? They have a pretty large selection. Also, I’ve seen some ads for a place called India Ink that is supposed to have a lot of invites?
Post # 5
You should check out Posh Paperie or Delphine Press.
I am using Posh Paperie and have nothing but great things to say!
Post # 6
Thanks for the feedback. My budget is up to $5 per invitation, do you think any of your suggested places will do it for this much?
Post # 7
Etsy has a lot of really great options and many can do it for less than $5 each. I found the ones I love at weddingpaperdivas.com. My invitation is only $1.49 each (not including repsonse cards, etc.)
Post # 8
I think Delphine is pretty expensive…
It depends what you want, but if you are looking for something simple but good quality, the Costco website has several options. I got mine there…small square white invitations, heavy card stock…they don’t seem to stock them anymore, but there are other options. You have to be sure and order samples, though, because some styles are not as good quality-wise.
You can pick from a variety of fonts and colors for the type. What we did was get the Costco invitations and dress up the inner envelopes with satin ribbon from Paper Source.
Post # 9
- Wedding: January 2010 - Mr. P's GrandparentsÃ¢Â€Â™ Ranch
I agree Etsy has such an amazing amount of vendors with really good prices and great products 🙂