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Anyone know of any cheap off the shelf invites?


  • MrsHill2beMrsHill2be Posts: 366
    Hi there, i got mine from marks and spencer .You buy the cd and print your own details for the inside of the invite. They were very reasonable and there are a few designs.


    [Modified by: MrsHill2be on March 29, 2009 03:36 PM]

  • Hi,

    Hobbycraft also do blank wedding invites. They do a few designs and you just assemble them yourself. They also do loads of other wedding bits, like favours, boxes,accessories, tiaras etc. You can order online or go into store. I have been to the one in Glasgow and its HUGE and has a whole range of things. It's also very well priced. Definately worth a look. The website is

    :\) Hope this helps.

    [Modified by: juicylucy82 on March 29, 2009 04:16 PM]

  • AzuraniaAzurania Posts: 667
    snap - mine are M&S too. Luckily ours were end of season ones too, so for a box of 10 invites we paid 50p!!!!

    I am planning on jazzing them up a bit, by glueing a dew diamantes to the front.

    : )
  • DisneyCMFDisneyCMF Posts: 1,718
    I make invitations.

    Please feel free to drop me an email if you would like more information.
  • MrsBowlerMrsBowler Posts: 177
    We used

    Not sure how cheap you are looking for but it was around £100 for 50 day invites and 20 evening invites (140 people).
  • hi - staples dop a really nice wedding stationary package. Myself and my mom are doing all ours with these and its really easy - it has a CD too with it. x
  • LambeLambe Posts: 46

    Here's the link for some cheap stationery suppliers:

  • jacquelienejacqueliene Posts: 6,350
    disneycmf is making mine. x
  • pendleladypendlelady Posts: 280
    I used vista print. They were really nice. Try this link and you maybe able to get the 1st 10 free. If it works then order a 100 postcard free to. That's what we did and were using them as our rsvp!:
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