Post # 17
I used Wedding Paper divas… I loved their ideas… and then i added a wax seal to the pocket fold and just brushed the monogram with a gold calligraphy pen and then addressed the envelopes in brown calligraphy (which i taught myself 🙂
Post # 18
I would recommend vistaprint.com in a HEARTBEAT. We don’t have a printer, but DIY’ed our design, bought the paper, and we were going to take them to a local printer.
However, we realized it would cost just as much (if not more) and not look nearly as good as doing these, which we did and received TONNES of compliments on… they were so cheap and easy. We got 60 invites, RSVP cards, envelopes, matching seals, and matching return address labels for $125 including shipping to Canada… bangin’ deal!
Post # 19
wedding paper divas – this was the one thing I let myself splurge on/didn’t DIY for our wedding.
they are just too pretty, and they have some good coupon codes, too! 🙂
I only ordered the physical invite – not the RSVP, enclosure card, etc. Too easy to make!
Post # 20
Our save the dates are hand-drawn and printed offset through a printer we have connections with. Couldn’t pass up the deal. 🙂 The envelopes are hand-made from wrapping paper I found at Paper Source with their envelope templates.
Our suite will be part DIY, letterpress through a company called Studio on Fire.
Post # 21
- Wedding: December 2010 - Savannah, GA
We got ours from http://www.invitationconsultants.com
We still get compliments on them.