Staples is on my list of great options for wedding stationary. Save the dates, invitations, thank yous, programs, etc. They have over four dozen designs, all of which are under $1 each, and envelopes are included. The other option is the Create-Your-Own, where you’re able to upload your own image. This could, of course, be a photo…or you could find a low cost graphic designer to create a custom invitation for you (try fiverr.com and get a custom piece or see what they have in their portfolio that might be cheaper – prices start at $5!). There are also a number of sites with completely free stock photos that you can use if you’re the do-it-yourself type; try pexels.com or pixabay.com and search for terms like “background” or “flourish” for subtle designs.
Use code “Invite25” for 25% off your purchase.
At first glance, it looks like the cheapest options are $14.99 for 25. Taking an additional 25% off makes them $0.45 each. The more you order, the cheaper they get; 100 are $56.99, and after the 25% discount, only $0.43 each. These are Create-Your-Own “same day wedding invitations.”
Of course, we can do better by shopping through a portal; take a look at the options from cashbackmonitor (not familiar with portals? check here):
If you happen to have a Chase Ink business credit card, you’ll earn 5 pts per dollar at Staples, regardless of which portal you use.
What do you think? Will you design your own or go with an existing product? If not Staples, where are you shopping for your wedding stationary? This was one of the hardest decisions for me because I thought the invitation really “set the tone” for the whole event! Have fun!