Wedding invitations can range from very affordable to very expensive, so it's important to have a budget in mind before you start shopping. Decide how much you're willing to spend on your invitations and stick to that budget to avoid overspending. If you don't have a budget in mind, try setting a maximum amount that you're willing to spend on wedding invitations. You can use this as your guideline when shopping for your invites. Style: There are many different styles of wedding invitations available today. If you have any idea of what style of invitation you'd like, make sure to order samples from the companies you're considering so you can see them in person before making a final decision.
Choose a style that matches the theme and tone of your wedding. Do you want something formal, modern, or whimsical? Make sure to choose a style that represents you and your partner's taste and personalities. Wedding invitations come in many different sizes. If you're unsure of the size of invitation to order, talk with your wedding planner or contact the company that makes the invitations—hint hint us— you're considering. They can help you decide what's appropriate for your wedding.
Determine how many invitations you need to order based on your guest list. Remember to order extra invitations in case you need to send additional ones or make any mistakes when addressing them.
There are several printing methods to choose from, including digital printing, letterpress, and foil stamping. Each method has its own look and cost, so consider which one best fits your budget and style.
You'll also need to decide on the type of paper you want your invitations printed on. The weight of your paper will affect both how much it costs and how many invitations you can print at once. Thicker papers are more expensive, but they're also more durable and easier to write on than thinner ones.
Make sure to order your invitations with enough time to spare before your wedding date. It's recommended to order your invitations at least 3-4 months in advance to allow for production time and mailing.
Some companies will rush your order if you need it sooner, but this can be an expensive option. If you're on a tight budget and have a short timeline, consider ordering your invitations here instead of through a professional printer or designer—you'll likely find more affordable options online with less time required for production.