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I just ordered mine from vistaprint they have 40% off invitations right now.... I ordered 200 save the dates with envelopes and upgraded paper for $100 including shipping and tax. I uploaded my own design & You can get a free sample of papers as well.

 

 

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What would I do without everyone's help? I didn't even know some of these websites existed! Thanks for sharing ladies

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I just got my save the dates in the mail today.... I Love them!

 

 

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Here is the front:

 

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And here is the back:

 

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I found some inspiration on Pinterest and figured out how to make it in adobe illustrator... I downloaded the free trial version. I blurred/ blocked out the website because it's not finished yet.

 

I got the template from vistaprint to make sure it would be printed correctly... I think I love it so much because I'm so surprised that I made it and it turned out! Ha!

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I ordered my boarding pass invites off of Etsy. I only needed about 30 but all together it was about $130 with envelopes and everything.

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I ordered my boarding pass invites off of Etsy. I only needed about 30 but all together it was about $130 with envelopes and everything.

 

Who did you use from Etsy. I have never ordered customed things from that site and I could use a good recommendation.

 

Thanks

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Who did you use from Etsy. I have never ordered customed things from that site and I could use a good recommendation.

 

Thanks

We did Etsy too for our Invitations! They turned out amazing. We continue to get phone calls and emails that they were the best invites they've ever received. A lot of people don't want to send in the RSVP card because they want to keep it :) It was my favorite wedding project thus far. We spent $550 on 57 invitations so it's a little expensive but when you price them out and they were under $10 an invite which included envelopes, RSVP card and invitation, I don't think it was so bad. They are passport book invites. Serendipity By Design is the company we used. I would highly recommend them.  We did Wedding Paper Divas for our Save the Dates and spent about $120 for 60 of them.

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Who did you use from Etsy. I have never ordered customed things from that site and I could use a good recommendation.

 

Thanks

I used Designkandy and she was GREAT to work with.  We had a boarding pass invite that had the RSVP portion as the perforated part of the boarding pass so the guests just have to tare that part off and send it back! She also included the envelopes as part of the price. I had never used Etsy before either, but I loved how they turned out!             

                                                                                                        

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