(Closed) walmart invetations

posted 8 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
81 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2011

im not sure what the walmart invites look like but i considered going to a chain store for those types of diy invites since i dont plan on going super fancy, ordering them, or paying more than $100 on invites.

i accidentally found mine while browsing through tjmaxx while my mom went in for a return.  they had a “past season” design of invites that they sell at michaels by BRIDES magazine.  they sold at michaels for $40/box of 40 invites (but even that was steep for me since we’re sending out about 150). 

at tjmaxx (stationary aisle) they were $8/box of 40.  i scooped them up right away!!  i also found matching programs, thank you cards, favor boxes, and sticker seals (all of that enough for 160 people for about $50).  im super ecstatic because i didnt care to go all out and spend on fancy paper goods but i feel like im getting away with decent quality stuff for such a steal! 

you never know where you might find “treasures”!  keep your eyes peeled! 

Post # 4
913 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2009

I didn’t buy Walmart but I did get ones @ Target for $30/50 invites.  The ones I got are pretty plain but I loved the envelopes they came in….I’m dressing mine up to make them stand out.  They have a bunch of options there and coordinating Thank You notes and stationary.  Still cheaper than ordering online and I know exactly what they will look like too.  I think that they won’t look cheap if you are creative and it still won’t be as expensive.

Post # 5
818 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2009

I got mine from Target and they were perfect. We were able to customize the colors and designed everything just the way we wanted.

My programs cost $1. I was browsing goodwill and found them marked down to $2 but it was 1/2 off day. They were from target, didn’t match my invites, but it didn’t matter. They were ivory with a simple band and we tied ribbon on them. It was perfect.

Post # 6
604 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2009

We used invites from WalMart (the Martha Stewart line) for our hometown reception and I think they turned out really well (you can see them on this DIY post: http://diy.weddingbee.com/topic/envelope-liner-template-for-ms-eyelet-invitations)  Especially considering they were less than $30 for 150 invites.  I think it all depends on what you make them into. I think several that I’ve seen recently in Target, Michaels, and even Office Depot have ALOT of potential!

Post # 7
11 posts
  • Wedding: June 2010

We are using the Walmart silver pocket invitations…they look AWESOME! The only issues we had was there were no instruction included. We spent $60 on them and then our local printing shop did the rest for $64 that was including printing the invitation, RSVP, and returm address on both evelopes.

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