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Cheap/still semi-fancy invitations?

Where is a good place to purchase cheap yet still semi-fancyish wedding invitations? Need help finding good place that does not overchage! 
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Re: Cheap/still semi-fancy invitations?

  • itzMSitzMS member
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    How much are you looking to spend (per invitation)?

    Do you have any pictures of invitatons you like?

    Are you open to doing any DIY, or do you want everything professionally printed?

    Sorry, but "semi-fancyish" leaves a lot of room for interpretation, so you'll need to provide a teensy bit more insight...!
  • In Response to <a href="http://forums.theknot.com/Sites/theknot/Pages/Main.aspx/wedding-boards_invites-paper_cheapstill-semi-fancy-invitations?plckFindPostKey=Cat:Wedding%20BoardsForum:cd062f89-8272-496a-b0ab-225e1f87acecDiscussion:98420dbd-ae3b-445e-ae6f-f59bf07b3684Post:1bf1de27-c741-4453-8a95-0597147d09fa">Re: Cheap/still semi-fancy invitations?</a>:
    [QUOTE]How much are you looking to spend (per invitation)? Do you have any pictures of invitatons you like? Are you open to doing any DIY, or do you want everything professionally printed? Sorry, but "semi-fancyish" leaves a lot of room for interpretation, so you'll need to provide a teensy bit more insight...!
    Posted by itzMS[/QUOTE]

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    </div><div>I'm really unsure how to answer these questions. I guess I'm just really bad at this. But no to the professionally printed, that seems over the top for my budget) DIY if possible but want it to still look good. Make sense? I would say maybe $ 4 per invitation or less. (aprox 100 guests)</div>
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  • I used peartreegreetings.com for my invites. They were about $1.50 an invite but then I  got several inserts for rsvp and directions on top of that price.  They deliver quickly, and they accidentally sent me the wrong size rsvp envelopes but when I called they sent the correct ones overnight mail! I have had many compliments on the design and I love the invites - heavy paper and pretty designs! Would recommend!
  • Based on your budget, I would recommend Wedding Paper Divas.  They have invitations that are elegant and of high quality, but if you wait for a sale (they frequently have up to 30 percent off), you should be able to find invitations in your price range.  If I remember correctly, we paid about $400 for 125 invitations, envelopes (with pre-printed return address), RSVP card and envelope, and accommodations card.  
  • I would reccommend Cards and Pockets. I designed my own pocketfold invitation in Microsoft word complete with 4 inserts and am getting them printed through C&P for less than $400. I'm having 200+ guests.
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  • JoanE2012JoanE2012 Exit 21 (Jersey!) member
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    edited March 2013
    Check out Party City.  You can flip through books of invites.  Many we cringed out, but we found many lovely ones.  They usually offer 30% off too.  We wrote down the name of the designer and then ordered directly through them and got them even cheaper.  

    Google search Birchcraft.   They are definitely under your budget and have lots of classic and elegant invites.
  • I reccomend Wedding Paper Divas. You can definately find something nice quality in your price range and sign up for their emails or like them on facebook. I waited to order everything until they had a 20% off sale and really saved a lot. I have used them for everything from engagement party invites, Save the Date magnets, and invitations. They have really great customer service as well. 
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  • go with card and pockets over wedding paper divas. WPD is overpriced
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