where to buy wedding invitations


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If you're feeling a touch overwhelmed by all of the options available to you for your wedding, you've come to the right place, my friend. Below are a few recommendations to help you find your perfect invitations, favors, and more! 


Minted : Hands down, Minted is my favorite place for wedding invitations. You get a free wedding website, stunning designs, and excellent print quality at a rather affordable price point.

Etsy : Don't be overwhelmed by all of the options! Etsy is a treasure trove of gorgeous designs if you're willing to spend some time digging through them all. Etsy is especially great if you're going the DIY, printable route. There are a ton of template options!

Zazzle : Gorgeous designs and affordable prices! If you can't find anything you love on Minted or Etsy, Zazzle is an excellent next place to search.

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CatPrint : This is my favorite place to print invitations. Their wholesale pricing (around 40 cents for 100 invites) is so affordable and the print quality is gorgeous.

Vistaprint: Vistaprint prints more than wedding invitations, but they are still a highly qualified printer. Their pre-made designs aren't the most beautiful you've probably seen; but they can print your template beautifully.

Prints of Love : Beautiful glossy invitations at around 80 cents each! I love this company's pretty printing.


For Your Party: Napkins, floral stir sticks, sparkler sleeves, oh my! Every single thing from For Your Party is gorgeous and modern. Even if you don't need favors, just go to this website and look around. You'll be inspired!

Evermine : From favor tags to coasters to wine labels, Evermine is a perfect place to get lots of your random printing accomplished. If you're scratching your head thinking about what favors to get or how to pull together a wedding welcome basket, Evermine will have what you need.

Amazon : This one might go without saying, but give Amazon a try. You might be surprised what pretty things you can find!


Blueprint Registry: Are you wanting plates from Crate & Barrel, sheets from Target, and an Instapot from Amazon, but don't want to create registries for all of those places? Blueprint Registry to the rescue, my friend. You can create a universal wishlist with all of your registry items, as well as a cash fund for your honeymoon! Less work for you and easier for your guests, too.

Amazon: You can't beat the ease of an Amazon wedding registry. You can add almost anything you need on there. Pro tip: Add a year subscription to Prime Pantry to your list and never have to worry about going to the grocery store again!


Rent the Runway : There's always a risk when asking all of your besties to get the same or similar dress that they won't love it. Rent the Runway eliminates the stress by letting your 'maids rent their dresses for the weekend. They can choose their dresses for substantially less than retail price and if they don't love it, they don't have to keep it! Rent the Runway also offers styling options for you as the bride and your bridal party, too.

Paper Source : This is my go-to envelope place. Although they may run a little more expensive than other shops, you get what you pay for. The luxe blush is my absolute favorite envelope!

Creative Market : If you're planning on designing your own invitations, Creative Market will be one of your best resources for watercolor artwork and fonts. Click here to see how to design your own wedding invitations with little skill or knowledge using Creative Market.