- 8 years ago
- Wedding: September 2012
We used them and they looked great and were so much cheaper!
The swirls at the bottom look much more mustardy in that picture then they do in person.
I bought some this week… they were 16$ (on clearance) for a box of 30 at Michaels….so I got 90 invites for lesss than 60 dollars 🙂
I got mine at michaels, I printed them myself and it was really easy. I have gotten a ton of comploments on them, which I was surprised about.
I bought mine from Michaels also. I went once a week with my 40% coupon and bought one box at a time until I had enough. It took awhile, but the money I saved was worth it.
Everyone compliments the invitations and is really surprised that I did them myself. My only complaint was it didn’t come with extra pages for like directions, hotel block, and registry info. This could have just been the specific one I bought. I just bought nice paper and printed it on there and cut to size, but it would have saved a lot of time and look a little nicer if all the paper matched.
I bought Michaels invitations too… like 3 different sets, 2 boxes each, as I figured I could use the other sets for my hometown recepetion. I got most of them on clearance, which made it quite a deal! In total, I think I have 200 invitations for around $60-80. I’m just starting to look into how to print these up, and seeing everyone say it was really easy is SUCH a relief! I was worried that my attempt to save money was seriously going to backfire on me.
I got a box of 30 at Michaels for 99 cents on clearance. Not 100% sure I’m going to use them. But probably will. Can’t beat the price.
I just finished printing my Michael’s bought invites. Just a tip for printing the RSVP cards:
If you find your printer is printing the second RSVP card crooked, tape the RSVP card to a full size piece of regular printer paper. Then run that through the printer. I had this happen to me, and I wasted 2 RSVP cards before I figured out this solution. If you use Scotch Magic tape, it comes off easy, and there is no evidence leftover. Also, just make sure you put the tape out of the way of the actual printing area.
ETA: I have a really old printer (like 10 year old inkjet, so it might just be my printer. But I figured I’d share the tip anyway, just in case someone else runs into this problem.)
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