Post # 1
At about 6 months out, I am starting to look at Save-The-Date Cards and invitations. So far it seems that they are all way too formal or totally lame. I looked at DBs printing section as well as exclusivelyweddings.com and Vistaprint. Our wedding is small and we need less than 25 invitations, but some sites with a few I like, charge almost the same price whether you order 25 or 100! And they aren’t even the fancy ones! Can anyone recommend a site where I can order middle of the road invitations at a decent price? Like <$2 each? Thanks bees!
Post # 2
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
msfreemis: If you like the Jean M invitations they are pretty easy to make yourself and the materials would probably be less than $2 per invitation too.
Post # 3
Check Etsy. Those were too pricey for me since I needed 80 but there were tons that I would have loved if it was in the budget.
Post # 4
Etsy or zazzle.com would be my picks.
Post # 5
msfreemis: Check etsy or even a local printing place. Luckily I had a friend that is a graphic designer and works as a printing firm so she was able to get what she made printed on awesome paper.
Post # 6
- Wedding: June 2014 - Gold Hill Gardens
You could try Wedding Paper Divas.
Post # 7
Wedding Paper Divas, and if you’re a Costco member, you get an extra 20% off.
Post # 8
I’m DIY’ing our invitations and RSVP cards, but I ordered our save the dates from Vistaprint using a Groupon for $70 worth of stuff for only $27. Since we only needed about 20 or so STD’s, that meant I could go all out with them. (I ended up adding a ton of extras just to use up the balance on the Groupon.)
Post # 9
- Wedding: December 2014 - Norton Country Club
Got our Save-The-Date Cards (thank goodness this is a wedding site!) with a groupon from Zazzle… loved them and they were easy to put together. The older relatives loved having a picture of us too since they don’t “use the facebook”.
Post # 10
I used Paper by Paperless Post. They are known for their evites, but they have a nice selection of paper invitations as well. The lowest amount you can order is ten.
Post # 11
Where can I find coupons/groupons/discount codes for Zazzle?
Post # 12
I got mine from Etsy (digital files) then had them printed through Vistaprint. There are always sales, groupons, etc., and I recently saw that couponcabin often has good deals listed for Vistaprint. Also, because we have more of an informal feel to our wedding, both RSVPs and Save the dates were postcards, which can save on envelopes, etc. That’s not for everyone, but it fit with our theme. Good luck!