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Looking for someone/some place to get our invitations created/printed.  Where (or who) did you get your invitations from?

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    AmyLou09AmyLou09 member
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    edited December 2011
    Myself (and several other girls on here) have used Alaun By Design (www.alaunbydesign.com) and were VERY happy with the final product.  Seriously, they have so many to choose from and I loved how modern the colors and choices were.  They were easy to work with and arrived quickly and I got so many compliments on them!   GL!
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    klkane7klkane7 member
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    edited December 2011
    I am using bricedesign, she is an etsy seller. She has been wonderful to work with and has sent me proofs of every aspect of the invitation, for me to look over and approve. She has also had awesome ideas. I basically told her what I wanted, gave her my price range and she made a beautiful invitation. It's better than I ever thought they could be. I'm getting 100 invites for a VERY affordable price:) Let me know if you want her info. Hope this helps.
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    edited December 2011
    Ditto everything Amy said. I LOVED working with Merissa at Alaun by Design. You won't be disappointed if you use them. AND you can substitute cards. Example: I did not need a reception card since my ceremony and reception were at the same place. I was able to substitute that for a directions card.
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    edited December 2011
    Since I can't handle DIY, I found the invite I wanted from a retail brand, and then started looking around the web to see who offered the best discount. I found a woman named Sonja who owns a bridal shop in California, and she offered the Checkerboard line of invitations for 40% off retail price, which was the best discount I'd seen. We did almost everything via e-mail/online (price quotes and design layout), and then when I was ready to purchase, we did the transaction over the phone with my credit card. It was so easy. She was extremely personal and prompt in her correspondence and calls. http://tinyurl.com/yzhzbkr
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    edited December 2011
    We got ours from the Copy Shop in Merrimack, NH.http://thecopyshop.com/ Everything was designed by them from our Save the Dates to our Donation Cards. Beautiful work and very nice employees :)  
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    edited December 2011
    I also used Alaun by Design, but got a very different style than AmyLou or Gabs (mine is their simplest option - called Casual) - but had just as great of an experience, and have received tons of compliments!They're so easy to work with and do an amazing job!
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    ayamm1123ayamm1123 member
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    edited December 2011
    I also used a freelance designer to have her combine elements of invitations I have seen into one unique look for my wedding.  Since there was no middleman she ended up being more affordable than most websites I came across! I used Jennifer Crawford – metzcrawford@hotmail.com.  She gets rave reviews from other knotties as well so she is worth an email!
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    edited December 2011
    Annnd... there are always amazing invitations on etsy!
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