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Wow, that is a lot of people to send invites to! I have far fewer than you & I did semi-DIY pocket fold invites. I got all of my supplies from cardsandpockets.com for less than $150. So, that's $5 per, but since I have such a small group, it was worth it.

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I will definitely use this site for my church ceremony but does any one know of a site where I can purchase a minimal number of invites since our DW will be very intimate (maybe 10 couples)?

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I bought mine from Target, they have sets of 50 DIY for $24 (I got my first two boxes on clearance)

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Thanks guys! These are all great. I don't know why but these invites are stressing me out. Maybe I should worry about finalizing my location and date first. LOL.

 

-Glenda

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Wow, that is a lot of people to send invites to! I have far fewer than you & I did semi-DIY pocket fold invites. I got all of my supplies from cardsandpockets.com for less than $150. So, that's $5 per, but since I have such a small group, it was worth it.
Do you happen to have a pic of your invites? I just checked out the Cards and Pockets website and love their vertical invite. I did not see where they had any examples of any tropical themed ones though and was wondering how something like that would look.

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Another idea to save a little money is to just send the Save the Dates out to the entire list of people (these are typically cheaper), then only send the formal invitations out to the people you know are coming, or think might come.
That is exactly what we did... and your right we saved a TON of money that way.

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I'm going out on a limb here...I'm sending email invites!

 

LOL.

 

Seriously, I am. The email will have a URL link to our wedding blog which has the 'invitation' on the page.

 

Sure cuts down our stationary costs but we still pay the hosting costs (aprox $100 for a year.)

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Will you tell people to RSVP on your site as well? My friend sent out e-invites and it actually worked out really well. People are so busy nowadays that they do everything from the Internet/hand held thingiemagingies. People got back to her much quicker than my friends who had traditional wedding invites (which believe it or not most people misplace it and/or lose it. Good luck with this I hope it works. Are you using e-invite or just sending out a general e-mail created by you?

 

-Glenda

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