(Closed) Saving money on save the dates and invites

posted 8 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 17
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1397 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@indecisivebride89:  E-Save the dates are fine. Paperless Post has some lovely stuff for free and/or cheap. I’d do paper invites, though.

Post # 18
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1397 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

@indecisivebride89:  E-Save the dates are fine. Paperless Post has some lovely stuff for free and/or cheap. I’d do paper invites, though.

Post # 19
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977 posts
Busy bee

We went to a store a few nights ago and they had a variety of 50 packs for $24.99, print your self.  They had everything in the packs, direction cards, invites, response cards.  

Post # 20
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408 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

We skipped STDs entirely and just spread the word through friends and family what date we had chosen.  For invites, I grabbed a few of the Vistaprint deals Groupon offers, had a family friend design my invites, RSVPs and thank yous for $200, then uploaded to vistaprint and ordered.  I loved how they turned out!

Post # 21
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108 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

I also went with Vistaprint. A friend of mine who can draw and my mom who works in marketing ‘tag-teamed’ to make them… 100 invites+events card+rsvp card+ sticker + envelopes printed with return address = $246.  And I got them on the linen paper.  Very beautiful!!!

Post # 22
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384 posts
Helper bee

I did invitaions paper, save the dates paper, rsvps, guest info, envelopes (std, rsvp, and invitation) and other signage and paper decorations including snowflake petals to throw, paper cones, programs, and large paper snowflakes for about $110 look for deals. I just costume ordered little under 500 pieces of paper for little over $50 at michaels because they were having a great deal at $0.12 per piece! Also amazon has good deals on envelopes 🙂

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