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Today I have been pricing out envelope options. I know about cards and paper they offer a good price but only come in white and cream. I also know about paper source which offer colour but are pretty expensive! I can’t justify spending $165 on envelopes!
DOes anyone have any other good websites??
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@joymarie83:Thanks! Have you purchased from this site before?
Post # 5
http://www.paperandmore.com might have some good options – they will send you samples for SUPER cheap. I didn’t get envelopes from them but I did get cardstock and they were very easy to work with.
Post # 6
envelopperinc – I just got my invites from them, you get what you pay for but they don’t feel cheap by any stretch of the imagination. Their red is really nice (the colour that I got) but they have heaps of colours and shapes.
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- Wedding: August 2012 - Historic Lougheed House
@linz09: I purchased from envelopes.com and I loved them!
Post # 8
I bought my envelopes from envelope mall. I got 100 A7 Stardream and 100 4bar envelopes for $40 (including tax and shipping).
Post # 9
Paper Presentation has a fantastic selection. I’ve gotten most of my paper and envelopes from there.
Post # 10
I purchased silver envelopes from my local Michael’s last night. They were $5.99 for a pack of 20. So for around $40 I got what would have cost me $300 online! I also picked up black ones at Hobby Lobby for around the same price!
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I was super happy with the envelopes from paperandmore.com – we used them for our Save-The-Date Cards and got a ton of complements, and I bought some for my invites as well because the vistaprint defaults were so flimsy.
Post # 12
I’m chiming in with another endorsement for http://www.paperandmore.com. I’ve been very pleased with their products and service (and they have several options for colored envelopes).
Post # 13
I got mine from http://www.cardsandpockets.com/ along with pockefolds to make my invitations, the colors are gorgeous and the weight is good.
Don’t know how their envelopes fair for pricing, but it was the cheapest place for the pocketfolds.