Post # 17
I used Steadfast Media (also on facebook and instagram) http://www.steadfastmedia.com
She custom made our invites with rsvp cards and envelopes for way under $2 each. It also just depends on how ornate of an invitation you want. Heather was really great to work with and I would DEFINITELY reccomend her to anyone.
Post # 19
I’m making my own and getting them printed and getting the other supplies through cards and pockets for about $200 for 110 invitations. This way I’m able to get exactly what I want, it’s high quality, and I still dont have to do too much work (won’t be getting them printed at home).
Post # 20
Lots of good suggestions in this thread! We found an one all in one invite we liked (the sample was really nice!), but it’s not exactly what we want (color customizable, but I wish some of the colors were more subtle). It’s a pity, because we would’ve only had to spend about $160 on 84 invites, with a texture upgrade. Maybe we can come to a compromise yet.
At first, I thought paper wouldn’t really be that important to me. Turns out, I’m a little pickier than I thought I’d be. However, I just really don’t want to spend more than $200-$250 (for 85ish, so no more than $2.95 each, including shipping) for our invitations…
Post # 22
We used Invitations By Dawn, and I’m so happy with what we got..
With the fanciest paper upgrade, custom ink colors, lined envelopes, and two inserts it came out to just under $4 apiece for lined envelopes. Then my fiance and I DIY’d the belly bands with ribbon, glue dots, cardstock, and a heart shaped hole puncher.
If you don’t care about heavy paper and you don’t need inserts, you can get gorgeous invitations there for under $2 apiece.
Post # 23
@SnaggedAgoodOne: I used mygatsby.com for my invitations. From my extensive research, they had the best prices for the ink & the design.
Post # 24
commenting to follow – great suggestions so far!