Just Said Yes June 2022


Yesenia, on May 29, 2020 at 2:02 AM Posted in Planning 3 12
Hi everyone! Does anyone have any suggestions for more cost effective Wedding invitations? I’ve realized they are so expensive! Thank you!


Latest activity by Sarah, on May 30, 2020 at 11:03 AM
  • Jana
    Master October 2022
    Jana ·
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    Zazzle, Etsy, design and print your own on or take the file to Staples
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  • Nefetera
    VIP March 2015
    Nefetera ·
    • Flag - these invitations are electronic so depending whose your guest if they are good with RSVP via email your good to good. Some invites are free and some you pay for but below cheap
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  • Dj Tanner
    June 2021
    Dj Tanner ·
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    I really like minted. They give tons of options and their prices are reasonable. They’re constantly have deals on their site like 15-20% off.
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  • Katelyn
    Beginner October 2020
    Katelyn ·
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    Zazzle has really good deals on invitations! I got mine for 50% off and they turned out fantastic!

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  • Samantha
    Devoted July 2020
    Samantha ·
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    I used VistaPrint and used their basic material that their invitations come in. I know some people complain that the regular cardstock or whatever it is isn't fancy enough, but honestly, invitations end up in the trash and those who care about you are not going to care whether or not you used 5 inch thick paper lol anyway, mini rant over. I also used a "reception card" vs. actual invitations because they're cheaper and you can edit both the front and back. They're a little smaller than typical invitations but I really liked mine. VistaPrint is nice because you can completely edit their designs! And they always have sales, so I ordered when things were like 30-40% off and I paid just under $80 for 200+ invitations.
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  • Mrs. S
    Super November 2019
    Mrs. S ·
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    I bought a design on Etsy and had them printed through printrunner. I think it was about $100 for everything vs $300+ on sites like minted. Hobby Lobby also has very cheap ones that you can print at home.
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  • Melle
    Legend June 2019
    Melle ·
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    I hear a lot about anns bridal bargain

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  • Pirate & 60s Bride
    Legend March 2017
    Pirate & 60s Bride Online ·
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    Zazzle, VistaPrint, Shutterfly always have 20-50% off sales. Find one you like, design it, but don’t buy until there’s a sale.
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  • Jennifer
    Beginner June 2021
    Jennifer ·
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    I got mine through Costco, $50 for 75. They have quite a few options both more traditional or with photos, and you can customize most of the wording. They also only took about a week to get once we ordered.
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  • Hannah
    Master July 2019
    Hannah ·
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    The cheapest I found was Ann's Bridal Bargains. That was who we ended up using. The base price is .99 cents per invite, including inner and outer envelopes and RSVP post cards. They also often have 20-30% off sales. They were good quality as well. You can add address printing as well for an extra cost. Overall, I spent about $120 for 100 invitations with the return address printed on the outer envelope, not including the cost of stamps. I was also able to customize the wording, including adding meal options onto the RSVP card.
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  • Yesenia
    Just Said Yes June 2022
    Yesenia ·
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    Thank you for all of your responses!! ☺️
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  • S
    Dedicated September 2021
    Sarah ·
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    We've done all our Wedding paper through Vistaprint and couldn't have been happier. Affordable and looks a lot more expensive than it is.

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