(Closed) Recommendations for where to order RD and brunch invitations?

posted 8 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
3762 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: May 2010

I used vistaprint and they came back great.  I upgraded to the linen paper and upgraded the envelopes to match. All great quality.  Their website is really easy to use as well.

Post # 4
2398 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

I used Papeterie (papeteriestore.com) for all of our various invites, etc. and was very pleased with the cost.  They have a number of postcard options that are adorable.

Post # 7
13099 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2010

Alright – I’ll split these in to two posts for you.  Here are the various options I found when looking for brunch invites (they were much harder to find the RD).  I was looking at ordering 40 so the pricing is based on that (yours may be a little different).

These are the ones I ultimately went with.  http://www.taylorcard.com/detaillist.asp?itemid=5884 – cute, but some assembly required.  Also a little pricey at $108 for 40 invites.  There are some really cute quotes along the side that you might like to transplant to another invite option though!

http://www.weddingpaperdivas.com/product/6549/signature_white_rehearsal_dinner_invitations_timeless_teamwork.html – Technically a rehearsal dinner invite but i think you can change all of the text in the personalization so you should be able to change that to Post Wedding Brunch or something.  $1.89 each (+shipping and tax)
http://www.weddingpaperdivas.com/product/6524/signature_white_engagement_party_invitations_subtle_finesse_.html – Technically an engagement party picture but you can remove the “The Future” and such for no extra charge (during the personalization) and they’ll adjust the placement of things for the proof (like moving the Mr. and Mrs. up). Either $1.89 each or $1.79 each (not sure exactly how many you’d be ordering) + tax and shipping
http://www.invitationconsultants.com/invitation.aspx?p_invitationitem=8NWI2509 – really cute rhyme and lots of fun colors.  $103 plus shipping.  Production time = 6-8 days.  Or for $52.80 you can get them blank and have them printed somewhere else.  Or you can get them with printing for $94 from here: http://www.madiandcompany.com/justmarried.html
http://www.invitationbox.com/note-i2765.html – more casual, getaway car type invite.  A bit more expensive – $93 plus tax and shipping for 40 invites.
http://www.invitationbox.com/hpg-hs525128.html – more casual, getaway car type invite.  $69 plus tax and shipping for 40 invites.
http://www.invitationbox.com/pp-d77.html – more casual, getaway car type invite.  $76 plus tax and shipping for 40 invites.
http://www.papertrails.com/store/Just-Married-Invitation-by-Sugar-Cookie-Cards-p-20074.html – $2.30 each + $5 printers proof.  I assuming that you could customize all of the text but I’m not positive that this website will allow it.
http://www.myexpression.com/ProdCustomDetail.cfm?ProductID=20405&ProdCategoryID=0&ProdSubCatID=0#BookMark – more casual, getaway car type invite.  $88 plus tax and shipping for 40 invites.

Post # 8
1732 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2010

My mom got brunch invites from Wedding Paper Divas, as did my aunt for one of my showers.  Future Mother-In-Law got Rehearsal Dinner invites from Vistaprint.

I’ve used VP for several things now and had EXCELLENT service.

Post # 10
210 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I bought both Rehearsal Dinner invites and brunch invites from an etsy seller named Rock Paper Dove.  I highly recommend her.  Great designs, good quality paper, and awesome customer service. 

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