Post # 1
I tried doing a search but all that I find are invites that look like they are from the 80s. Any suggestions or links please….. We are having a beach themed wedding but I am pushing for a castle disney wedding since thats where we got engaged?
Post # 3
@MrsRingor2011: unfortunately a lot of the specifically disney-themed invites you find are probably going to be really cheesy for lack of a better word. Would you be willing to try a more sophisticated but related theme for the invitations? The Wedding Chicks have an absolutely gorgeous free “crown” invitation suite:
Sort of ties in with the castle idea.
Post # 4
@MrsRingor2011: e.m. papers have some really cute free (and some very low cost, like $25) printable invitations: http://www.empapers.com/invitations Check out the crown with rings invite!
Cute stripey invites: http://www.jbartyn.com/downloads/2010/3/12/garden-stripes-invitation-suite.html
Other cute invites: http://www.downloadandprint.com/free-invitation-templates/ With this site you can buy a ‘premium’ account for $25 and you get unlimited acess to all the templates. Check out the beach waves invite if you decide to go that route.
Post # 5
We ordered our invitations through 123print. They weren’t free but really cheap. There are coupons for that place all over the internet and they have blank ones, so if you can’t find a design you like you can upload your own. But our wedding invitations, envelopes, rsvp cards, and save the date postcards (100 of each) totalled around $150 and that included having our names/address preprinted on the envelopes and we upgraded to a higher paper quality for our invites and envelopes. It ended up being cheaper then us printing them at home (it would have cost us a fortune in ink, we have a horrible printer). Vistaprint was another place that had some free options.
Post # 6
im about to start making my own tonight. i will put up a diy tutorial with all the info you will need. i have bought some envelopes of ebay and am going to print the invitations on photo paper as if they were photographs, (take them to kmart and get them to print them.) so far it has been really cheep. i have spent 5 dollars on backgrounds and 5 dollars on borders. i got these from etsy..
anyways will post and let you know how thye go!
Post # 7
Thanks…I just need to get the hubs on the planning band wagon too since he is the pick one lol. He is more of a woman then I am.