When considering your wedding budget, the price of wedding invitations can seem daunting. I'm on both sides of the fence. On one side, it's paper that your guests are not going to keep for a lifetime. Yes, it'll be hung on the fridge as a reminder of your big day, but once that day is over, most invites get trashed. One the other hand, the invitation is the initial prelude to your wedding day, setting an important tone and making a statement that will leave guests excited to see how the celebration evolves from that one piece of paper into an entire event. What's a girl to do?
I say, be reasonable yet chic. At any price--high or low--you can find amazing paper art that is uniquely designed and sets a tone for your wedding. While perusing Etsy for invitations for clients, I came across these beautiful, and quite affordable, invitations. After speaking with the sellers, it seems that they are likely to negotiate for higher quantities and are more than willing to work with you on custom design. So you get what you want at the price you want. What more could you ask for?
This Your Style Invitations pink and green scroll set is $2.89 and comes with response cards and envelopes.
At only $0.90 each, you won't even need envelopes with these Blue Argyle flap-fold invites. Just affix a custom monogram sticker, and pop it in the mail.
These modern Save the Dates/Invitations by Pulp Fusion are $1.50 each and colors are totally customizable.