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We're having a small DW wedding in May 2013, no more than 28 people. We just ordered our STD Postcards and will send out after they come in next week. We inlcuded our wedding website info onthere, which has all the information and our TA contact info as well, so that's pretty much all they'll need. I was debating if we still need to send formal invites, but decided we should. That being said, I think we'll probably just order the invite and that's it - no enclosure, RSVP, etc. They can RSVP on our website, and as I stated that has all the travel and booking info. So if we can find an invite that leaves enough space, we were just going to put something like "see website ____ for all additional information and to RSVP." I'm hoping this will save a lot of money. Anyone think this is too casual? Do you have any good invites that would fit this idea? Thanks!

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We sent our an email STD to be more cost effective as we spent quite a bit on our invites and to make sure everyone got the info in a timely manner. We provided all of the information on our Invitation so there would no confusion on anything (accommodations, RSVP). Sometimes you need to spell it out for people and be as clear and concise as possible. haha. Have you looked at Wedding Paper Divas or http://www.magnetstreet.com/weddings, they have some affordable invitation options.

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Our invitations are in!   I am so excited to mail them once Hurricane Sandy has passed.  We got them from http://emdotzee.com/.   We based ours off of the one found here: http://emdotzee.com/blog/2012/01/palm-trees-coral-antique-boarding-pass-invitations/.   In the end, we paid $808 for 100 invitations that included our address on both envelopes.  I am so happy with them!  

 

 

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Originally Posted by CourtandMatt View Post

 

Our invitations are in!   I am so excited to mail them once Hurricane Sandy has passed.  We got them from http://emdotzee.com/.   We based ours off of the one found here: http://emdotzee.com/blog/2012/01/palm-trees-coral-antique-boarding-pass-invitations/.   In the end, we paid $808 for 100 invitations that included our address on both envelopes.  I am so happy with them!  

 

 

 

Court- They look amazing! So intricate and detailed! I'm worried about ours bc of the hurricane. We are from NY and I was in touch before the hurricane with the designer and now she hasn't responded. My dress is also in Massapequa L.I. which was affected by the storm. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that everyone is safe and dry and so are my wedding items :(

 

I love these. They look fantastic.

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Originally Posted by EVKnowsitall View Post

 

Court- They look amazing! So intricate and detailed! I'm worried about ours bc of the hurricane. We are from NY and I was in touch before the hurricane with the designer and now she hasn't responded. My dress is also in Massapequa L.I. which was affected by the storm. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that everyone is safe and dry and so are my wedding items :(

 

I love these. They look fantastic.

 

How did yours turn out?? Did everything go ok w/ the hurricane and all?? 

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Here are mine I wanted something to fit my BOHO Beach feel. The arrived in this cute gold box 400400 This is the top box liner 400 Open it up. Initial presentation 400 Unwrap and unfold it 400 And perhaps most importantly how it looks on the fridge with the magnetic inserts 400

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