(Closed) Which online invitations to choose?

posted 5 years ago in Paper
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Blushing bee

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annabelford:  I highly recommend Dinglewood Designs based out of Georgia. They do letterpress only and their designs are insanely gorgeous.  They were the most reasonable price I could find for letterpress.  I just received my invitations in the mail and I am beyond thrilled!

http://dinglewooddesign.com/

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Newbee

Hi there! Most designers could easily do the foil imprint for you, its just finding a printer to get them printed at. The letterpress is a little harder – this is specialised and if you want to go down that route, the earlier poster has suggested someone (or I would try Etsy).

In terms of wedding websites, if you know anyone that designs websites, this can be set up SUPER low cost. Some places do them for free. I used Squarespace for my design website and its $12USD a month or something like that – and they have free templates. So don’t let that sway you! The app is kinda unique, but probably more a gimmick then anything else.

If you need any help with the website, let me know and I’ll be happy to provide support ๐Ÿ™‚ 

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Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2016

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bmp68:  hey, I’m also considering dinglewood, I’d love to see how your invites turned out.

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Blushing bee

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newtownbride:  Absolutely! I haven’t taken them out of the packing yet because I’m giving them to my aunt to do the calligraphy (so the bows aren’t actually apart of the invitation).  This is the Verbena Suite.Invitations

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