Nicole
Super August 2020

Wedding Invitations on a Budget

Nicole, on November 8, 2019 at 5:16 PM

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Where did you get your wedding invitations from? I really like the invitations from minted.com but for a whole suite it's so expensive in my opinion. I'm planning on ordering RSVP and guest accommodations cards in addition to the invitations, but I don't want to spend too much. Any suggestions? I'm...

Where did you get your wedding invitations from? I really like the invitations from minted.com but for a whole suite it's so expensive in my opinion. I'm planning on ordering RSVP and guest accommodations cards in addition to the invitations, but I don't want to spend too much. Any suggestions? I'm going to need at most 100. Has anyone ever ordered invites from House of Brides?

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  • Morgan
    Savvy April 2020
    Morgan ·
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    PaperlessPost
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  • Sarah
    Expert October 2021
    Sarah ·
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    I have not ordered invites yet. I am planning on ordering save the date magnets. Then I don’t know about invites and place setting cards. I was thinking maybe Shutterfly, maybe vista print, etc
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  • Quinesha
    Savvy December 2019
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    I got the all in one invites from Minted. Best decision ever. Comes with attached RSVP cards and no envelopes needed! Plus it came with addressing. 95 invites for $150.
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  • Lisa
    Savvy October 2020
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    Very pretty, Madeline!
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  • Ashley
    Expert October 2021
    Ashley ·
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    I did save the dates, invited, return address labels, and wedding website info for a guest list of 130 for just under $200. I waiting until Zazzle was having a 60% off sale, and then ordered. Also helped that I decided to do RSVPs strictly by website. saved on stationary and postage.

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  • Jeanelle
    Super September 2018
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    We paid $30 for our invitations to be sent digitally via paperless post. You can track all your guests, their RSVPs, their dietary restrictions. We had 100 guests.
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  • Jamie
    Beginner May 2021
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    To be honest - I ordered a template from Etsy and did it all myself. It cost me $6.00 to do the invites and everything. I wasn't trying to be cheap, I just wanted to do it myself.

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  • Amy
    Just Said Yes July 2020
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    I did paperless post. Its easy and makes keeping track of RSVPs really smooth. I'd totally do that again. You can also actually have some of them printed (download the image) if you want to send a few paper versions to certain people or for a keepsake. I am doing two different invitations, one for small ceremony and one for HUGE reception for 250 guests, and we spent about $60 for all of it. People don't have to worry about RSVPing in time, no need to get them to pop a card in the mail, you can easily nudge guests that haven't replied and send messages to everyone about details or updates. Super easy.

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