(Closed) white square invites

posted 10 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

Check Birchcraft Studios or Carlson Craft Studios.

I got my entire invitation set from Carlson Craft for just over $200.  If you order through a printer (as opposed to online or over the phone directly with the company) they can customize whatever you want and they give you a 10-25% discount, depending on the printer.

Post # 4
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

Can I ask where you found the periwinkle pocketfolds?   I’m using periwinkle too! I love it!  🙂 thanks

Post # 5
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Newbee
  • Wedding: November 2008

I used Elizabeth from EMR creations for my invitations. She is great and can do invitations in any price range. And for basic white square inserts, I am sure that would not be much.  I would usually just DIY but I was like you and didn’t want to add that to my list of to dos and just found someone who could do what I wanted at a great price.  I just told her what I wanted to spend and we went back and forth until we got a design I liked. Her info can be found at: http://emrcreations.com/

Post # 6
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Newbee
  • Wedding: February 2009

 http://www.rexcraft.com/We_ViewEns.cfm?sItemCode=WedEns2598&sCatalogCode=WedEnsRR&iStartRow=1&lCriteria=2660&strcontinue=yes&strsearch=yes&format=WedEnsRRa

Here you go they are at Rexcraft.com These are the invitations Im probably going to with. I got a sample already and they are made of very thick paper and look simple and elegant 🙂

 In case the link doesnt work its "Impressive" under the classic or best seller list  Hope this helps

 

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