Post # 1
ok budget diy brides…..
i dont know how many people know this but you can get like 40 or 50% off coupons for Michaels in the newspaper or you can get on their mailing list or when you checkout sometimes you get them.
i found invitations at michaels that were originally priced $39.99 on clearance for 29.99 and i used a 40% off coupon! I only paid 17 dollars for my invitations which included my envelopes and response cards and envelopes! this is crazy! i could not believe it! i am so excited!
also…..there were programs that matched but were not meant to go with the invitations in the clearance isle for $5.99 for a thing of 50! OMG
Go to Michaels ladies! i wish you all the best of luck and i hope this post at least helps one budget bride save some $!!!
Good Luck! 🙂
Post # 3
Thanks danielle! I think during these times, many of us have become DIY budgeters like it or not. I found my invitations at Koyal Wholesale. I used their 30% off invitation sale and got all my invites, thank yous, envelopes and response cards for around $80. They are gorgeous.
Ladies who are in a real bind! Here’s a steal – 50 gorgeous DIY invites for less than $19 (this is 53% off retail price). Find them here:
Happy Planning sista brides!
Post # 4
Great, but are they good quality?
Thanks for the help and tips!!! 🙂
Post # 5
I bought mine from Marshall’s on sale…they are the same that Michael’s has but I only paid $10 for a box of 30!! The great part is that you can still design and decorate them any way you want!
Post # 6
I got my Michael ones too!!! THEY ROCK!!!
Seriously for DIY’s who don’t want to do too much work, this is the way to go….
Post # 7
We ended up going another route with ours, but I’ve definitely seen some really nice BRIDE brand invitations sets that were about $40 for about 30 invitations. With a 40% off coupon, that’s less than $1 each for invitations and reply cards. Great call out Danielle.
Post # 8
has anyone used the BRIDE ones from Michaels?? are they a nice quality, heavyweight paper and all??
people who went another way, what did you use??
Post # 9
i got my invitations from michaels also 🙂
Post # 10
I purchased the BRIDE invitations and they were wonderful. I had a shorter timeframe than most so it was right up my alley.
Post # 11
I bought mine from michaels too and I’ve gotten soooo many compliments on them. I bought the BRIDE black and white damask print it’s amazing the savings i got. the invitations were seriously so easy and came with everything! They also have the sand for a sand ceremony if you plan to have one. WAY cheaper than the catalog price
Post # 12
I got my invitations at wal-mart I found a kit from Best occasions DIY $19.00 for akit of 50 invatations and responce cards and all envelpoes. But Michaels IS awsome!! My job holds a lot of functions for their Study Club they have and they get all their invitations from the Bride collection it is a very good Collection for a decent price 🙂
Post # 13
i couldnt find anything that fit my style/color/theme at michaels, so now i am designing my own with cardstock and paper from paper source. 100 invites, with 3 layers for $94! 100 8×11.5 is enough paper to make 2 5×7 invites, rsvp postcard, and an business-sized info card that will give guests more info on our wedding website!
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I am thinking about ordering my invitations from Koyal’s, how did you all like the quality of the paper?