It's Coming Together-Invites

The chapel and reception dinner restaurant are booked. With the two major vendors out of the way I can now look for the details such as invitations. We are still going for a peacock "theme" but we are on a budget and sadly at $7+ a pop these are over our budget. We are only going to need about 25 but still, we can use that money somewhere else. I haven't seen too many peacock invites that I liked so I may have to go the DIY route. Of course there is this minor thing called distance, as in, I'm-in-Iraq distance. But that's OK, I'll find some space around the floor to print, cut and glue these bad boys!

Do you know of any invitations web sites I should take a look at?


Donna said...

Found you thru SITS. I'm actually right next door in Amman, Jordan. Stay safe over there.

Jenn Erickson said...

Congratulations on your upcoming wedding. What a beautiful theme! You might want to try Michaels (the craft store) online. They sell a few lines of invitation kits that are positively lovely. I was married back in 2000, and in those days (gosh, I'm making it sound like I was married in the 1920s) you could only get invitations with letterpress type quality and all the accouterments through specialty stationery stores at $7-$10 a piece. It's amazing how far invitations have come, and how affordable some places have made them. I've purchased the "BRIDES" line of invitations from Michaels for a few occasions and have been so please with them! Here's a link: http://www.michaels.com/art/online/displayproductlist?categoryid=81484&pageNumber=1

Best wishes,
Jenn/Rook No. 17

Happy SITS Saturday SHAREFEST!

Encore Bride said...


Thank you!


Wow, that's a great link, I never knew they made such beautiful kits, thank you so much.

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