Where can I find wedding invitations?

by DIY wedding planner on August 14, 2013


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I’m looking for some fancy looking paper appropriate for wedding invitations. I’ve looked on hobby-lobby.com and couldn’t find any. My plan is to purchase the paper and print out wedding invites and the schedule. Any help is very much appreciated.

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planner August 14, 2013 at 2:26 pm

any copy place, office supply store or any place which sells copy paper in your town or city.

we got ours from kinkos copies and office supply store. they even had the vellum to go with it. you want card stock and it comes in lots of colors with pretty borders and/or backgrounds.

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Jenny Lynne August 14, 2013 at 2:30 pm

Just google sites for wedding paper for printable wedding invitations. A ton out there, sorry, don’t have time to post the links right now. Look, many to choose from.

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Miss C August 14, 2013 at 2:40 pm

Check out Target.com and search wedding invitations, they have pre designed ones (really nice ones with all the cards and envelopes you need!) all you have to do is print on them! They range from $20-$50 for 50 sets!

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CC 9/24/11 Bride August 14, 2013 at 3:19 pm

i like vistaprint.com

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? ? August 14, 2013 at 4:14 pm

Michaels Arts and Craft Store sells wedding invitation kits. They also sell lots of fancy scrapbook paper too. If you visit any craft store check out their paper selection. I saw a huge packet of fancy paper that was meant for water color paintings. The paper had a texture too it that I loved. It was pretty enough to use as wedding invitation paper. Plus, the entire packet of paper was around $9.00 for 100 sheets. Go visit a craft store and check out the different types of paper. There is a lot of really neat paper that people would never think to use for wedding invitations.

http://www.michaels.com/c/073011-SEM-US,default,pg.html?KEYWORD_K=michaels%20arts%20and%20crafts&TRACKING_ID_K=4cd638d9-72b8-eae9-f20e-00001dae00ef&CHANNEL_K=google&CAMPAIGN_K=Michaels%20eCoupon%20-%207.31%20-%20USA&AdGROUP_K=Branded

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A August 14, 2013 at 4:32 pm

Target. Davids Bridal. Michaels. Mardels. Any other craft store or bridal store usually carry some.

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Faith August 14, 2013 at 5:20 pm

Is there any certain theme,style,color your going for?
& what’s your price budget?

Try
http://www.diypapers.com/

http://www.zazzle.com/blank_wedding_invitations-161140355072084518

http://www.free-wedding-invitations.com/blank-wedding-invitations.php

Also try wal-mart & party city
hope this helps

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Edin August 14, 2013 at 5:33 pm

You can do it online and printed professionally in gloss with your wedding photo and message. Only costs 26 cents per 1 if you order over 101. Cost 45 cents if you order just 1 so really cheap. Here’s their link:

http://www.printerstudio.com/unique-ideas/invitation-card-personalized-wedding-gifts.html

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Perse August 14, 2013 at 6:05 pm

cardsandpockets.com

good luck :)

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Eileen T August 14, 2013 at 6:52 pm

try cards and pockets
love cristina re papers cristinare.com
check out what other brides have done here
http://www.make-your-own-invitations.com/make-your-own-wedding-invitation.html
LCIpaper.com

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Burris Computer Forms August 14, 2013 at 6:58 pm

First of all, congratulations! (:

When talking about invitations, I wouldn’t be so much looking for “paper” as some kind of heavier stock that can be sent out without an envelope (like a postcard…it’s cheaper). It seems like a lot of people have started printing their own invitations these past couple of years. Really, it’s not very hard!

Before you start looking for any kind of heavier stock, I’d suggest making sure your printer can handle it. You can use our Find Your Paper tool, if you’d like, to see what weights your paper can handle: http://pcforms.com/printer_specs.php

Then you’ll need some invitations to print on. I suggest blank, printable postcards since they’re a handy size and you only have to pay $0.28 for postage instead of the standard letter postage of $0.44 per stamp.

We have many different postcard weights in several different colors with some of them being 10%, 30%, or even 100% recycled material. I’ll show you our general standard postcard weight and then what I’d recommend for an invitation as formal as your wedding.

Four-of-a-Kind Standard White Postcards: http://pcforms.com/fourofakind-standard-white-postcards-p-659.html

Four-of-a-Kind Premium Heavy Matte Postcards: http://pcforms.com/fourofakind-premium-heavy-matte-postcards-p-88.html

The Premium Heavy are a touch more expensive, but their image quality is astounding. We also now carry a pre-cut size that also has great quality: http://pcforms.com/premium-matte-inkjet-postcards-p-658.html

You can see all of our postcard weights, sizes, recycled material percentages, and colors here: http://pcforms.com/blank-postcards-c-46.html

Just remember that the Four-of-a-Kind is four postcards per sheet, so 250 sheets is 1000 postcards.

Now for the final step, you’ll need some templates so you can print your beautiful design on your beautiful postcards. We have templates for Microsoft Word and Microsoft Publisher, although we do recommend Microsoft Publisher when using the Four-of-a-Kind since, when using Microsoft Word, you’ll need to copy and paste your design to all four cards on the sheet and turn on the guides.

Microsoft Word: http://pcforms.com/burris-blank-postcard-template-microsoft-word-p-169.html
Microsoft Publisher: http://pcforms.com/burris-blank-postcard-template-microsoft-publisher-p-172.html

I hope this was helpful!
Again, congratulations and good luck!
Chelsea

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