This isn't the greatest picture, but you get the idea, right? We used several vendors for our wedding invitation suite:
- Wedding Paper Divas was our first stop. We ordered our Save-the-Date and Thank You cards from them.
- THikit was amazing for our main invitation. It was on super thick card stock with a painted edge.
- RSVPs were printed at Uprinting because they were the cheapest. (Keep in mind that "matte finish" can mean different things to different vendors.)
- Address labels were printed by Vista Print. We used them on all of our mailings. Thank God for them!
- The blue and green envelopes came from JAM Paper. Very affordable, and EXCELLENT customer service and shipping.
All of our suite had black and white lines on the back, except for the Thank You cards. For stamps, we wanted something less wedding-centric, so we used Batman, Celebrate, and - unfortunately - Spring Wedding stamps for different pieces.
The main idea was to have all of our colors represented in the main invite, sandwiched by silver Save-the-Date and Thank You envelopes. Assembling the invite was probably the best part of this whole experience. We managed to save hundreds by ordering from different places and learning how to use InDesign.
All of our enclosure cards were printed at Staples. We made PDF files in PowerPoint and printed them at home for practice before going for it on the good stuff!
Lastly, we made our own wedding site at www.brandon-and-justin.com for guests to use for directions, reservations, etc. It was basically the digital version of our invite, minus the RSVP.