Check out Etsy! I had gotten my invites from there (before we postponed), and I plan to get the invites for my new date from the same seller on Etsy. Pricing wasn't bad at all and there were many design options.
These were our invitations and they were SO BEAUTIFUL!! Had to order twice bc of covid.. LOL! Cristina was SO helpful and awesome in helping me design my dream invitations!! Not sure how many you need, as I only needed 20 so it was OK even though they are pricey!
I looked at numerous different sites for ones that would include bows that I could tie the invite closed with. A lot of them were insanely expensive, but I was very happy with the price of them from The American Wedding. They turned out very pretty and the site was easy to use.
I’m using Etsy ! There are tons of cute downloadable templates so you can customize it and then use whichever printing shop you want so we are saving a ton of money doing it this way ! I did this for my save the dates and uses Smartpress for printing and they came out great !!
Like others have said I am leaning more towards Etsy as well. Many wonderful, creative, and detailed people on there. I also love how safe it is to purchase on Etsy as well plus you can see reviews with their products as well.
Paper Culture - we went with them because they're 100% recycled, tree positive, and carbon neutral! We did RSVP cards from Botanical Paperworks so that people who wanted to RSVP online could plant them and get some wildflowers.