Post # 1
OMG I’ve been so busy with projects this weekend. I love it! I’m really happy with how my invites turned out. Here’s my price breakdown:
Printed cards from Vista Print- invite, map and menu/rsvp cards – $85
Envelopes/Flat card set from Michael’s Crafts: $20
Embellishment papers from Michael’s Crafts: $16
Ribbons from etsy seller Caramelos: $28
I also posted a tutorial here. http://stephanieisgettingmarried.blogspot.com/2009/07/invitation.html
Post # 3
- Wedding: May 2010 - The Pierre Hotel
Wow, very impressive! I loooove the envelope liners as well as the black bow with the striped background. Awesome job!
Post # 5
they look great! 🙂 were you happy with the quality from vista print? i just ordered std postcards from them and i’m waiting axiously for them to arrive!
Post # 7
They’re lovely! Well done!
Post # 8
The invites are beautiful!! I’ll have to look into Vista print for the invite cards. I ordered return address stickers from them and they were great. The shipping was also quite fast as well.
Post # 10
- Wedding: April 2018 - The Grand Old House, Grand Cayman
Wowza! These are super professional! Love the envelope liners! If you had to estimate, how many hours did all this take from start to finish? I always wanted to make my own but figured I didn’t have enough time with law school.
Post # 11
WOW those are gorgeous! Very professional looking! I am loving the liners
Post # 12
Wow – They look great! Wonderful job!
Post # 13
Wow those are gorgeous!! Go Vista Print 🙂 Did you up load your own design or did you design something using their site?
Post # 14
@ missteacher – I was very happy with Vista Print. I upgraded to the linen finish paper.
@ kitten – it probably took me about 2 hours to line the envelopes (qty. 60) and about 3 1/2 hours to assemble the invites (qty. 30). I still have 30 to make!
@ dmitchell08 – I uploaded my own design. I created it using adobe photoshop.