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Guadalupe, on March 13, 2020 at 11:19 AM Posted in Planning 0 14
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Hello beautiful brides! My wedding is next year August 15,2021. But I have already started looking for invited and save the dates to get that out of the way. But everywhere I check invites are over $300. Where did you get your invites or save the dates from?


Latest activity by Leslie, on May 20, 2020 at 10:03 PM
  • Samantha
    VIP October 2020
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    I used Minted and loved them! They have sales every few weeks.
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  • Melle
    Legend June 2019
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    I used a free template and just printed my own on card stock
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  • Cortney
    Devoted August 2020
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    Ann’s Bridal Bargains - they just ended a 30% off sale but since you have time I’d wait for the next one!
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  • Caytlyn
    Legend November 2019
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    We used Vistaprint for save the dates and Minted for invitations.
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  • Katie
    Devoted March 2019
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    We used Minted for both our save the dates and invitations! I loved the customization and high quality feel - they have several sales throughout the year (and I want to say may even do a smaller discount when you sign up for your first order?) so if you go with them, I'd say go ahead and create the invites you want, then when a sale hits you can just hit "Order!" - Black Friday will be your best friend as a late summer bride Smiley smile

    I did use Vista Print for all of my thank you notes and they can be a price friendlier option and have frequent sales!!
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  • Margaret
    Master October 2020
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    Zazzle - we ordered our STDs from here, great price.

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  • Chantal
    Expert May 2021
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    We used Shutterfly! The prices (of course) depend on how many you need. Shutterfly was for the invites, and it was about $220 for 120 invitations. I hand made our Save the Date cards and had them printed through Walmart for only $140, and we ordered 200 of them (because we forgot to count the groups instead of the individuals, oops!)

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  • Guadalupe
    Beginner August 2021
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    💕💕 thank you!
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  • Suzanne
    Dedicated July 2021
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    Walmart has online stationary. We ordered our save-the-dates through them.

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  • Jessica
    Dedicated July 2020
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    I got my invites from zazzle! Awesome price. They have a budget-friendly option. I paid $27 for 60 invites. I DIY’d my own save the dates!
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  • Kelsey
    VIP September 2020
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    Ann's Bridal Bargains. I got my STD's, invites and bridal shower invites from them. They all turned out great!!

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  • Nicole
    Super August 2020
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    Our invites are from Zazzle, really affordable! We were able to get 80 invites, belly bands, rsvps, details cards, address labels, and accommodation cards all for around $350.

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  • Jai Butcher
    Rockstar May 2020
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    We used Walgreens
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  • L
    Super October 2020
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    I used Costco and had more than a few people comment about them. They were fairly simple, no inner envelope and required regular postage to mail. I also used them for STD and did postcards also, cheaper postage.

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