Vistaprint! They always have sales and/or tons of coupons. We got our save the dates and invites including envelops for around $80 each. If you request a wedding kit sample from them it also includes coupons as well.
Vistaprint! They always have deals the highest I've seen was 60% off. I got mine at 50% ordered 100 invites with 40 or 60 mail back stamps for $62 give or take. And you can customize them pretty much to the way you want them
I used an online site basic invites. They have tones of templates and look really sharpe (foil, photos, colour). All you have to do is adapt the info. They will even pre address all your invites with your return address for free. You can also get a custom sample invite sent for free. They currently have a 15% off promo as well.
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Sounds great, but not really an option for us....some of our invites are older folks who aren’t that tech savvy lol. They won’t appreciate e-invites. But great cost effective option for those who can!!!
Staples Print Centre!!! I'm doing a set of 70 invitations with details inserts, and envelopes. I'm going to wait to order during a promo (they do something every month with a discount code ), and it's going to be about $70!
I've ordered 6 different "tests" for different styles, and I haven't been disappointed with any of them. They are great.
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You create digital invitations and send them through email... Its super cute because you can pick your design and you have to click to open the card envelope still and they come addressed to the guests. I really like it because: a) it was cheap b) it was super quick! c) you can see who had opened and recieved their invitations d) if you dont hear back an rsvp you can just send a follow up email.
I'm doing all of my invitations online. I was originally going to go with Paperless Post, but I'm sending them by email instead. Paperless Post has some great options, though. Shutterfly also has some great options, however, they're an American company, so shipping may cost a bit more. They do have some great deals sometimes, though!
I bought the Michael's invitations and have been using the 55% off coupons to buy the pack of 30 for less than 20 (including taxes). I'll be printing them at home because I already have hp instaink where I don't have to worry about buying ink. I'm tweaking them to make them more personal. For example this is what I'm working on for the liner (I still have to tweak the spacing lol).