- 8 years ago
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Paper by Paperless Post
Ours are from Minted and I LOVE them. Save the Dates were $150 for 65 foil pressed cards and 25 extra envelopes, and invitations will be around $350 for the invitation card and envelope, RSVP and envelope, and an information card.
My invitations were beautiful. I got them at 123print.com. They often run a 25% off discount on everything on their site so I got my invitations for 116 dollars. That included everything. The invitations, rsvps, accomidations cards (which I used business cards vertically and they turned out quite awesome. Instead of doing inner envelopes etc and spending an extreme amount of something that osmone will most likely throw away I tied everything together with tulle in a bow. I love them and soon I will post pictures (tonight :D)
Thank you every one!
This is what our Save the date looks like 🙂 I am going to look at all the websites and see what fits our budget and is nice 🙂 thanks again
They turned out awesome and we loved them!!! There are tons of different invitations on there!
@Mrs_PinkHerman: we got our STD’s from Wedding Paper Divas and our invitations by Invitations By Dawn. Both came out wonderfully! I would definitely recomment either one! For invitations I was looking for something simple and classic and somewhat traditional (which was harder than I expected lol)
I will be getting ours from zazzle.ca with the matching reply card. My Fiance is a railroader and we have a g-scale layout in our backyard (where we’re getting married). Since most of the guests are railroaders, we thought this would be cute
We went through exclusively weddings, I really liked the raised type. It was $210 for 100 invites, response cards and envelopes with address printed, reception cards, extra info card, inner and outer envelopes with return address printed. They look and feel very nice and I am super happy.
I did mine entirely from scratch. If I were to do it again I would have ordered a printable package off Etsy, printed them myself, and then embellished them with a pocket fold etc making it 1/2 DIY and half pre done. It was a huge pain laying out the info card and the invite wording etc on my own, not to mention hand embossing them to add some flair that I couldn’t add with Word. But damn if they weren’t beautiful!
Anns Bridal Bargains…I’m alittle nervous about the quality, but we shall see soon! I ordered one of their “seal and send” invitations. Very affordable.
@LindyLu: I did the same! I ordered the “seal and send” invitations. So from what I read, you’re happy with the quality? I am nervous about getting mine because of the kind of customer service I received and how cheap they are. I did order samples so it makes me feel a bit better..
I didn’t ever deal directly with anyone there, so I can’t speak to the customer service. I ordered samples too, and I thought the actual invites were even better than the samples. We have already gotten lots of compliments on them, which I was honestly surprised about, since I felt they were fairly simple and plain.
I got really great Save the Dates at Invitations by Dawn. I liked that it allowed me to customize the colors, fonts, etc. I bought our invitations at Michaels–90 for a little less than a hundred bucks.
joanns…Wilton invitations. $40 plus custom ribbon so altogether with postage roughly $100.
Annesbridalbargains, got 125 beautiful invites for $200. With postal enveloes and inside envelopes!
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