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Where are you getting your invitations?!?

So I originally planned on getting my invitations at Michaels (or something like that) and printing them myself. Change of plans! Now I'm curious where you got your invitations from, either at a local stationary store or online. Any great deals out there?! If it matters, my wedding is a winter wonderland theme, with shades of silver and white. Thanks! :)

Re: Where are you getting your invitations?!?

  • dls.1215dls.1215 member
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    edited December 2011
    We got our invite supplies at cardsandpockets.com  They were great to work with and have tons of colors to choose from.  We then printed and assembled them at home.
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  • FireDancer04FireDancer04 member
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    edited December 2011
    I also got the supplies for mine from Cardsandpockets.com....everyone loved the way they turned out. 
  • DrPB2b13DrPB2b13 member
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    edited December 2011
    I am doing mine myself, but I'm ordering my supplies from cardsandpockets.com (clicky).  They're quite reasonably priced, and they offer supplies for any kind of invitations, from various types of pocketfolds to standard panel cards.  I had ordered a full sample kit to test them out, and after designing and redesigning several times; taping, pulling apart, and retaping layers; getting lost, thrown in purses, and thrown in various drawers, it's still in great condition.  I have pretty high hopes for how they'll look after they get mailed!  I've also heard excellent things about their printing services, if you don't want to do any of the work by yourself!
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  • edited December 2011
    I got mine done at Paper Poutpourri.  Elaine is great to work with and likes to stay within budget!
  • mariegramariegra member
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    edited December 2011
    We're using Cards & Pockets also, for both supplies and for their printing shop, (which is very reasonable). There's no way that we wanted to take a chance on trying to print these ourselves.

    NOTE:  Printing at Staples' print center cost more than C&P Printshop. 

    The invitation was designed by a relative (professional graphic artist), using the information that we provided.  Here's the main panel picture.....

    ...and these are the pockets that they'll be mounted into...(sample pkg)


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  • edited December 2011
    I bought ours at AC Moore and printed them myself.  We got the invites, thank yous, rsvps, menu cards, std...everything there and in our theme (nature woodsy).
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  • edited December 2011
    We used www.amemorableevent.cceasy.com, if you mention you heard about them on the knot, they give you 40% off. It was the best deal I could find.
  • ericamhericamh member
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    edited December 2011
    Have you tried looking on etsy.com?

    I've had a TON of luck with lots of things wedding!
  • edited December 2011
    We used INVITED weddings in Hampstead, NH. WE LOVED THEM!!! Sara did an amazing job and they were really reasonable! We had full creative control and kept going back and forth about different designs. I would HIGHLY recommend them and use them again!

    Here is our invitation!
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