(Closed) Stationary advice/ideas!

posted 4 years ago in Paper
Post # 2
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379 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2017

I don’t think many people would notice if you didn’t do the letterpress and debossing on all the paper, especially if you just do regular gold foil for the other pieces. I also hate to say this because I’m a designer and lover of paper but honestly people don’t pay as much attention to them as you do and most of them just end up in the trash. Save yourself the money and just use regular foil on everything except the invite.

Post # 3
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229 posts
Helper bee

I’m not even sure what some of that stuff is lol, but all I know is we originally set our template up with the WORKS…the thin little see through paper, the wrap that goes around it, the fancy paper, etc. It was CRAZY expensive. We ended up settling on lesser quality cardstock, and just did a trifold with an info card and rsvp card. Way more betta 😛

Nobody will notice, as they won’t have the alternate to compare to. And really, I’ve received postcards that served as wedding invites and it was still just as lovely, and worked great.

Don’t bust your budget on something that 90% of people will throw away.

Post # 4
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2017

Our invites and RSVP cards are letterpress. I think we could have saved money on the RSVPs by just flat printing them on the same type of cardstock. 

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