Post # 1
I’m finally looking into invitation options and I came across 2 cheap websites-
invitations.org & diypaper.com
has anyone heard anything about either site? i can’t seem to find any reviews online, so that makes me a little nervous!!
Post # 3
I’m having a lot of trouble with invitations too so I would like to hear what others say..
Post # 5
The fact the reviews don’t turn up when you google them is a bad sign. Honestly, I’d go with a reputable, more widely-known site.
Post # 6
Ustechie, whenever you’re unsure you can check on the Better Business Bureau’s site: http://www.bbb.org/us/Find-Business-Reviews/
I looked up both URLs and no results were found which is a red flage to me. You can also search for their phone numbers or addresses and see if you are able to find any results via that meathod. I hope this helps and good luck! =)
Post # 7
@AmyT2K: Thank you! I totally have no idea why I didn’t think of that- must be “bride brain”!! =)
Post # 8
I am the owner of diypapers.com, we are a family owned business and were located in downtown Kansas City for over 80 years. We are now primarily online though we will have a new location in Lawrence, Ks this spring.
I am not posting to blatantly promote our products, just to answer anybody’s questions.
Our papers are the exact same invitation papers that are in Jeanne M, Carlson, Nuart and Stylart, heavy quality papers and envelopes.
Most all kits do include inner and outer envelopes and tissues – a bit different than the chain stores.
I won’t knock the chain store invitations – we choose the ones we carry as we find them much heavier and more consistent quality and the home printing results in our opinion are better.
Good Luck with all of your weddings and we are always glad to answer questions.
Owner – Diypapers.com