Zazzle invitations


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2023.03.30 03:53 purplepuzzlezz How much did it cost you to print invitations?

Any and all information and details on this appreciated! (i.e. cost for just invitations, cost for invitations with details insert, what quality of paper used).
We will be sending about 100 invites and I’m wondering if it would save money to edit a design on Etsy and find a local print shop or if it would be cheaper to order some off of sites like zazzle, minted, etc (ones I like are around $230 for 100 invites without details insert).
Thanks in advance :)
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2023.03.28 16:07 scroopiest_noopers SOS - Where to begin with the invitation suite?

After spending countless hours scouring Zola, Zazzle, Esty, Shutterfly, and this sub, I decided it’s finally time to reach out for a lifeline. My mother is insisting that my invitation suite be “professionally done”. So that begs the question… where the heck does one even look for a “professionally done” invitation suite?!
To provide some background, my mom and I are attempting to tackle wedding planning on our own, with the intention of hiring a month-of coordinator to get us to the goal line next year. However, both of us are working busy full time jobs and things have quickly started to teeter on the line of unmanageable for me. Pair that with the fact that she and my dad eloped 30 years ago (no wedding planning involved at all), and we’re really in the dark here.
While we’ve received beautiful invitation suites before, we have never had occasion to actually create one/send one out ourselves. For any events where formal invitations have been required in the past, I’ve DIY’d them on Canva and had them printed. We both agree that (mostly for my sanity) we do not want to attempt to DIY the wedding invites. But due to a total lack of experience, I truly don’t even know where to begin to look now.
I would be looking for the whole nine yards - invitation, matching envelope, matching RSVP card, matching details card, and a save the date in the same style would be an added bonus. Based on my mom’s comments, she seems to think this can be a one-stop-shop kind of ordeal, where they can be customized, printed, and addressed by the same “professional”/place. I haven’t really come across something like this in my many attempts at searching, and I’m near my wits’ end.
tl;dr - My mother is insisting that there’s a one-stop-shop kind of way to handle the invitation suite and I don’t even know where to begin to look.
Any recommendations on where to get an invitation suite “professionally done”? TIA!!!
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2023.03.26 21:37 Little-Can1814 Wedding Invites/Save the Dates

Hi everyone! I’ve been looking around at invites and save the dates. We really want to send out physical invites. I’ve found a website called Zazzle that seems to have pretty good prices and options. Does anyone have an opinion on this website or any other budget friendly recommendations?
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2023.03.23 04:01 fireflyeyes Wedding Recap: March Wedding in MA 2023

Buckle up, this is a long one! I personally loved pouring over the budget/recaps during the planning process so I knew pretty early on I’d want to write a detailed one of my own. Hopefully someone out there finds this helpful!
Disclaimer: Full transparency I want to start off by saying my parents paid for our wedding. It was a very unexpected offer but we are both very grateful for their generous assistance. My parents covered the venue and vendors and we covered the bar tab and tips.
Our wedding was in March and we booked all of our vendors in late 2021/early 2022 so our pricing will be different from current offerings (still included pricing). We invited 127, 104 RSVP’d yes, and 102 actually came.
Budget: My parents set a budget around $25-30K and I truly tried to stick to the lower end of it as much as possible. I would say the biggest part of the budget went to the venue.
Venue: Crestwood Country Club
Crestwood recently restructured their tiered package pricing (we signed in late 2021) so I can't speak of the current value, but since we were grandfathered in I think we got a pretty amazing deal on the Platinum Package with an off season discount.
Our package included:
Food & Beverage: We both come from aggressively large Italian families so the food had to be good and the bar had to be open.
We went with a classic Caesar salad to start followed by family style Portuguese soup to warm those bones on a very chilly March day.
For dinner our guests could pick either a stuffed chicken breast with sage stuffing, a grilled NY strip with red wine demi glace, pasta primavera (veggie), or salmon in a lemon butter sauce. Dinner was served with seasonal vegetables and parmesan whipped potatoes. I know wedding food can be "meh" but I need you to know a groomsman licked his plate clean and everyone is still gushing about it to me.
Our late night snack was a sliders and fries bar and that went over so well. I saw people run from. the dance floor to the bar area to get some.
Dessert came from Vienna Bakery in Barrington RI. We did a pastry buffet with chocolate mousse cups, cannoli, cream puffs, assorted fruit tarts, cheesecake bites, etc. and not a crumb was left over.
Photography: Jacquelina Paiva/ Jackaaalack Photography ($2,050). Seriously, if you are in New England and are looking for a wedding photographer Jackie should be at the top of your list! We already have a sneak peek gallery and I am OBSESSED.
Florals: In Bloom at Quality Fruitland in Seekonk MA ($2,790). Unconventional but worth every single penny. For that price we received 1 medium bridal bouquet, 5 bridesmaid bouquets, 9 boutonnieres, 3 bundles of roses for the moms, 2 flower crowns for the flower girls, 2 flower girl baskets with petals, 10 varied floral centerpieces, 1 floral garland for the head table, 1 large floor arrangement for the welcome area, 2 medium ceremony arrangements, and tulle on the sweeping staircase.
DJ: Music Mixers Entertainment. $1,850 for 5 ½ hours of music coverage (ceremony/cocktail houreception), uplighting, wireless mics for ceremony and toasts, planning sessions, and unlimited use of their wedding planning website and music catalog.
Stationery & Paper Goods: Save the Dates and Invites were from The Knot and Zola with coupons. I created some signage in Canva and had it printed through Walmart and then bought a seating chart template off Etsy (EastAlchamy) and had that printed onto foam board through Staples. I intended to DIY a lot but then gave up when stress got to me.
Decor & Extras:
Here is a quick breakdown of the decor we brought in
Groomsmen Attire: The groom, groomsmen, and dads all wore three piece black suits from Men's Wearhouse with a platinum tie/vest. It was incredibly easy to set up a profile and have the guys go to their local stores for measurements and adjustments leading up to the big day. The suits were accessorized with custom Star Wars pocket squares.
Bridal Party Attire: All of the bridesmaids purchased their dresses from Azazie. All I asked was that they picked something floor length and in the color "Ink Blue" preferably in a chiffon fabric. They all wore silver shoes and everyone used the celestial pins from their bridesmaid gifts in their hair.
Gifts included matching satin pajamas, diamond earrings, and warm wraps in a neutral color.
Bride's Attire: The dress was purchased from Alexandra’s Bridal Boutique in Fall River MA (as for Meghan! She was a gem). The overall cost of the dress and alterations ended up being around $3K. Alterations were a flat fee of $795 and I will say now that it is over they didn't do the best job. They neglected to hem my dress a second time so I was tripping over it a lot on the day of but that would be my only complaint.
My wedding shoes were the Betsey Johnson Cady booties and then I changed into a pair of Jessica Simpson platform flip flops to dance in. Veil, earrings, and tiara all are from Etsy (LadySolomia and RoseRedRoseWhite).
My hair was masterfully crafted by Erin Asciola at Dirty Blonde Salon in Bristol RI and I did my own makeup using the following products: NARS Light Reflecting Longwear foundation, Fenty Beauty Pro Filt'r powder, KVD Beauty Tattoo Liner, Urban Decay All Nighter Spray, Benefit Precisely My Brow pencil, ULTA Beauty brand clear brow gel, ULTA Beauty brand shadow primer, MILK Makeup Hydrogrip primer, Embryolisse moisturizer, Too Faced Milk Chocolate bronzer, Fenty Beauty contour stick in Amber Rare Beauty liquid blush in Hope, Rare Beauty pressed highlighter in Enlighten, ABH Mini Glam 2 Go shadow palette, Charlotte Tilbury Pillowtalk liner and lipstick, and some magnetic lash strips from TJ Maxx cut into half lashes.
If you made it this far I have to admit that it was the best night of my life and I would easily do this again next year despite all of the stress and drama leading up to it. Now that it is all over I'm going to put the wedding binder deep into my closet and take a very long nap on the couch with my new husband. Thanks for reading, if you have any questions I'm happy to answer them!
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2023.03.20 14:54 ContractFrequent7543 Invitation keeps getting stuck in printer .

I bought a tri-fold invitation off Zazzle thinking it would be easiemore cost effective. I cannot get my printer to take the paper and everything I have tried ends up in a jam. Does anyone have experience printing in this type of invitation? Ready to burn them and buy new ones lol
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2023.03.05 23:16 AnxietyGirl27 Invitation Help

I can’t find invitations that go with my theme, starlit vineyard. I’ve found starry invitations, vineyard invitations, starry mountain invitations, etc but no starry vineyards. I’ve looked at Etsy, Canva, Minted, Zazzle, and none have templates that I can edit to what I’m looking for. Any suggestions?
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2023.02.09 00:23 LibrarySchneef Looking for a resource to get a braille invitation made

Hey all, I’m hoping this community could help me with an issue I’m facing. I have a blind family member and I’m needing to get my wedding invitation either reprinted in braille, or have braille added to the existing invitation for them. Im having a really hard time finding resources to help me with this.
I’ve reach out to the local community group for the blind and visually impaired, and they don’t have a brailler. I’ve checked places like vista print and zazzle, but they seem to only have uncustomizable greeting cards. I’ve checked Etsy and I’ve only found shops that allow minimal customization. I’m open to literally any suggestions, whether there’s some way I could do this myself, or an online source I could order this from. Thank you so much!
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2023.02.08 07:32 ninjacatmom9 Print Invites as 4x6 photos?

I'm trying to figure out how to spend less than $100 on ~100 invitations. I'm considering trying to make the invitation and get it printed as 4x6 photos on matte paper which is $0.19 a print. Has anyone done this? Do you think it would work?
I also found some budget invitations from zazzle for like $0.33 each, but I wasn't sure on the quality of those since they're so much cheaper.
Advice? Other suggestions for keeping invite costs down? Totally comfortable designing them myself just trying not to spend a ton on printing.
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2023.02.02 00:35 recamcg Looking for letterpress invites

Hi everyone! My wedding is 5/28 this year and I’m currently working on finding wedding invites. Do any of you have suggestions beyond The Knot, Zazzle, or Minted? I just can’t find the classic/simple style I’m wanting and starting to lose hope. I’m thinking of reaching out to Seasame Press but was wondering if any of you had good experiences elsewhere! Thanks!
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2023.01.20 22:12 butterfly__warrior Invitation etiquette / Zazzle

Hello lovely ppl! Has anyone done all caps on their wedding invites? We are using Zazzle but it’s not allowing me to change anything to lowercase. In the text box I can put lowercase but the example invitation on the screen still shows up as all CAPS.
Has this happened to anyone else or has anyone else done all caps for their invites? The invitation still looks nice but I was told having everything capitalized is not the proper etiquette. Maybe I am overthinking it as I’m not one to stick to tradition but any input would be appreciated!
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2023.01.20 12:54 jimbowee "Vibrant Tiger: A Brilliantly Colorful Portrait"

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2023.01.14 00:28 strawberrylipscrub Any deals on wedding invitations right now or soon?

Looking to purchase our invitations in the next month. I know Zazzle has a deal right now; does anyone know if other vendors do deals for Valentines Day or if there might be other upcoming discounts?
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2022.12.21 19:23 interleukin4 Update for Zazzle vs Minted

I posted a Zazzle vs. Minted question after hearing mixed reviews about both.
Here is my full review of both companies, hope it helps!

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2022.12.14 03:03 Apprehensive-Ask-960 Has anyone used Zazzle for invitations?

  1. I want to buy the cheapest paper option for invitations (matte). If anyone here has done so, is it super flimsy or does it have a bit of sturdiness to it?
  2. Is there a way to create 3 different versions of the same design without having to start from scratch each time? Basically I’d like to just save 3 different versions but I can’t do figure out how, and the Zazzle team hasn’t been helpful.
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2022.12.07 17:55 mariakriztina Invitation Vendors?

Hi! Anyone have recommendations on wedding invitation vendors aside from Zola, Minted, and Zazzle? I'm in the VA/DC area and working with a small business owner would be awesome to support also! Any helpful links, IG handle, or recommendations would be appreciated! Thanks!
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2022.11.28 20:24 interleukin4 Zazzle Review?

Hi Weddit,
Considering purchasing invitations on zazzle but our wedding planner heard that the print quality is not good. She recommended we use an etsy store or minted.

Has anyone had bad printing issues with them? Has anyone tried the "High Definition" printing option?

Update 1: I ordered a sample from Minted and a single print from Zazzle (one standard paper print with HD, one premium paper print with HD, one standard paper without HD), will post review. :) TY for everyone's input!

Update 2: We ordered invitation samples from zazzle and minted. The following is my comprehensive review!
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2022.11.27 19:04 judgejudysvagina Where did you get your wedding invites and how much did you spend?

I have no clue what I’m doing! I went to Zazzle and Shutterfly and I feel like they’re a little pricey. Also, am I supposed to buy the invitations and rsvp cards separately? Are there any websites that come with the whole package? Thank y’all in advance! I so lost!
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2022.11.15 09:36 todaydeals1 The Most Important Items for a Perfect Wedding Day

The Most Important Items for a Perfect Wedding Day
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2022.11.14 23:53 RobieWan Zazzle invite mix-up, and excellent service.

So, my fiancee and I found an invite design on Zazzle we liked. I customized it as a 5x7, added to the cart, and we went back over it once more. Found a couple spelling/alignment issues. I fixed them in the design, but it wasn't reflecting in the order, so I removed and re-added it.
They came in today, but they came in as 3x5. I'm assuming somehow it reset to that from 5x7 when I re-added it, and I must have missed it.
I called to see if there was anything they could do, and they gave me a full credit for the smaller size ones to use towards the right size. He ALSO gave me a special discount code to use since the one I had used expired.
So, yeah, Zazzle gets a REALLY good rating from me.
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2022.11.11 18:45 ijustlikebeingnosy Save the Dates

What site did everyone use for the STD. I haven’t loved how any of the ones I’ve used looked in preview mode.
For context, I’ve looked at Zazzle, invitation maker and a couple others.
ETA: Thank you all for your suggestions! Definitely will look into everything!
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