Post # 16
We used Vistaprint. I ordered mine with just the standard matte finish. I love them. They are obviously not the fanciest, but that’s not what we were going for. For the price they are good quality! Great customer service too. I’d definitely recommend them!
Post # 18
My STD’s were postcards from Minted and my wedding invites were a design from Etsy that I printed using Vistaprint.
Post # 19
I used Minted. It was a one stop shop for a full matching suite and they even address the envelopes for free which saves time and looks nicer than had written.
Post # 20
Sam’s Club (not sure if you have them in Canada, but any warehouse club has them). I refused to spend tons of money on a piece of paper that ends up in the trash. We were having a small wedding and most places have 100 invite minimum, I needed 20.
Post # 21
eggnoodles : Not OP but I’m a Canadian bride and also ordered from vistaprint. Well priced and great service. We got the linen finish on ours and I think it gave the invitations a fancier feel. My only complaint is that the envelopes werent as high quality as I had hoped but you can easily buy a pack yourself if you don’t like them.
Post # 22
Mine were from Etsy, and it included the RSVP card and pearl envelopes.
Cost: $300 for 150 sets
It took less than a week to show a proof and ship the cards off.
Post # 23
eggnoodles : I used Vistaprint for my save the dates (great speed and quality and above all, customer service!) but I fell in love with SmartPress for invitations/RSVPs because they’re actually 5 1/2 x 7 inches so they fit in a standard envelope (I chose LCI Paper’s Euro Flap envelopes because Vistaprint’s seemed a bit too informal for our wedding). SmartPress also has a wider range of paper types (we chose a nice heavy, creamy linen) and got 150 invitations for $90! You can choose faster processing and shipping times if you’re in a rush. You can use any template you get from like Etsy or create your own PDF! Total cost for 150 invitations + RSVPs was $160.
Post # 24
Thanks everyone. I will be looking around and see what i will come up with.
Post # 25
We used Vistaprint for Save the Dates and Invitations. They were cute and affordable.
Post # 25
- Wedding: May 2017 - the garden house, seattle
we used weddingpaperie.com because they had completly customizable booklet invitations. i started with a blank template and used their online design tool to make a kind of storybook as an invitation, and it turned out really well. the thing i liked best was that they allow you to order proofs as you’re designing your invitations, so you know what they’re going ot look like and can tweak things. we made rsvp cards using hte same motifs as the invitation. The turnaround time was really fast.