These are so pretty! I like that you chose a good variety of tones and colours, it turned out great for the gold, pink and beige on your invitations! The "love" letters really give it a romantic tone. How are things worded on your invitations? Did you word your invitations yourself?
Super pretty ! I really like these ! I had chosen an invitation that I thought was too pricey but these are elegant too and would fit with my theme as well. I think I'll go to Michaels and check them out!!! Congrats on finding them!
That's great Rory! I can't wait to see which one you'll choose! Send some pictures when you get them! You can also click "reply" on our comments when you want to reply in the community. That way, we'll get a notification with your answer. How will you write your invitations? Will they be funny or formal?
Hi Rory, I'm so happy you're reaching out!! It's going to so much fun to share ideas for your wedding! I like the suggestions these wonderful ladies gave you. You can also take a look at the vendors in our directory and see our promotions: Wedding Invitations British Columbia
I would check out Basic Invites. They're far from "basic" and start at .64 cents each. Here are a few save the dates that I'm currently looking at. They have lots of options for invitations too and you can ustomize the colours.
Vistaprint.... They are amazing and have a lot of different options for styles. They always have different promotions for anywhere from 20-60% (at least those are the ones I have seen). Most designs for invitations have matching save the dates, thank you cards, etc... It gets shipped out very quickly and when you order anything, you get a 20% coupon you can use online for any other purchases you may do by them!
Other places to check out are shutterfly which have a lot of nice designs but are more expensive then vistaprint and then there is wedding paper divas but I havn't actually used the website myself!
Michaels had good deals but none of the designs were really what I wanted for my theme.
David's bridal online actually had a good selection of wedding invitations but they were more expensive again... But on the plus side I did get 5 free samples to look at! The colour looks different online then it did in person!
My sister got hers at Michaels... She used their 40% off coupon and went every week till she had enough (print your own)... I am also going print our own... I'm getting mine from party city Canada, they are $30 for each kit (invites, rsvp, envelopes and holder)... they have a great selection at different price points.I also looked into just buying card stock and downloading one of the free wedding invite templates from the internet and making my own (buying the kits turned out to be cheaper for me)
I got mine off of Etsy and they were cheaper than most other places! Michael's also has invitations sets that you can print yourself. Minted has some beautiful invitations (and you can create a wedding website with them that will match!). Minted can be a little pricey though so definitely sign up for their emails and watch for their sales!