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#11 nadiakat17

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Posted 09 December 2014 - 04:59 PM

If you want simple ones I would just use vistaprint or zazzle that have coupons all the time. Wedding chicks website has a lot of free templatee that are so easy to just add your name and print out on card stock. Minted has nice ones but they are a bit more expensive. I would also check out Etsy

#12 rachelia160

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Posted 10 December 2014 - 05:40 AM

I was just wondering how much people spent on invitations. I'm not a DIY-crafty person at all. :( I don't have to make them so I rather pay them to have them printed but they are soon expensive for the most simple invitations. I will have to check out Groupon though.

 

Same here--I have ZERO DIY skills.  Even buying a template of Etsy and printing it myself seemed stressful because I was worried I wouldn't get it printed right or know how to fold it!  :huh:



#13 hellosassypants

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Posted 10 December 2014 - 07:29 AM

If you want simple ones I would just use vistaprint or zazzle that have coupons all the time. Wedding chicks website has a lot of free templatee that are so easy to just add your name and print out on card stock. Minted has nice ones but they are a bit more expensive. I would also check out Etsy

 

I have been looking on VistaPrint and they don't have the exact invitation I want. I want to use our engagement photo as our wedding invitation. Right now I am looking at Wedding Paper Divas. Hopefully I will find something soon.


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#14 jeffandrobyn

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Posted 10 December 2014 - 07:41 AM

@hellosassypants if you don't want DIY, check out LCI Paper. We're using them for our envelopes and are very reasonable. i didn't look at their invites but I see they have a ton, and if the invitation prices are as reasonable as the envelopes, you'll be very happy with the cost. 



#15 nattiegams325

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Posted 11 December 2014 - 07:57 AM

@hellosassypants I got Vera Wang invitations through a paper store in Chicago, and they were $10 each. For 50 invitations, we paid $500 but they gave us way more, like 70-80. I am not DIY at all, and though I'm sure buying online is fine, we wanted to work with someone personally to make sure the invites were perfect and customized to exactly what we wanted. It worked for us! Good luck with yours, hope you find what you're looking for!






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