(Closed) Where to even start for Save the Dates/Invites? HELP!!!

posted 6 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
9 posts
  • Wedding: May 2014

Hey, did you settle on a theme for your wedding yet? Because that makes things a lot easier in your decision what to do, what to get, where to go. And if you don’t have theme, what are the feelings you want to evoke with your wedding? E.g. fun, elegance, party, craziness… you name it!

I think we might be able to help you better with suggestions.. We had a photo of ourselves while we were on different vacations with the phrase: the biggest adventures of them all: save the date for… because our theme is adventure and my FH and I love all things nature/fun/active 😀 We are now preparing “survival kits” for our guests and other cute adventure things.. as I said, it makes your planing way easier!

Post # 4
8446 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: April 2013

@ALAin2014:  I designed, printed, cut and assembled all of my own invites, programs, etc.  If you’re looking to save money, I highly recommend going DIY for this.  If you want to save postage, I would also consider a save the date postcard.

Post # 5
33 posts
  • Wedding: May 2013

Check out Vista print. You can find some great inexpensive save the dates. There is usually a coupon you can find too. If you go to retailmenot.com they usually have a 50% off code for vista print. good luck!

Post # 7
104 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

I got mine from weddingpaperdivas.com, both save the dates and invites.  My save the dates were GORGOUS and under 100, they were postcards and I loved that.  My invites were more pricey since I got thermography press but so incredible, I adore them, they have a HUGE selection and price range and do a phenomenal job!!

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