Post # 1
Anyone here not DIYing their invites or having letterpress? I’m looking for an affordable option to letterpress.
I used weddingpaperdivas for the save the dates, but was not impressed with their invite sample.
Post # 4
Yup, I had flat, 4-color process printing done with a custom design through an Etsy seller.Â Came out perfectly- the right tone for our wedding (evening, creative, fun).
Post # 5
hi-I used a studio to design my wedding stationary…from the save the dates to the final thank you cards, and they came out FANTASTIC. My invitations were really unique and had sequins and detailed custom designs. Her samples were like nothing I had seen…very creative and stylish.
She does really good work, try them out http://www.marooncircles.com . Maybe slightly expensive depending on what you decide to do, but definitely great work.
Post # 6
I used The Green Kangaroo, and we are really happy with our invitations. They are absolutely gorgeous, and their service has been fantastic. Unlike a lot of places, their cost per invitation includes the enclosure cards and "extras" like two colors of ink, so while the price initially looked high to me, when I started calculating what other places would charge for the same options it turned out to be very reasonable. They are also easy to work with on design options, and their website lets you save your design work from day to day so that you can come back to things like directions to the church or reception site and make changes over time (and that’s even before you order). And you can order exactly as many as you need (not just in multiples of 25) and the price goes down for each invitation the more you order.
We also used weddingpaperdivas for our Save-The-Date Cards, wanted something a little fancier for our invitations. (Also their color matching is not that good at weddingpaperdivas – our Save-The-Date Cards were definately not the same color as the sample I had ordered.)