How much do wedding invitations cost?
This is the most frequently asked question and the hardest to answer. Because each wedding is different, there is no set answer. I will happily create a personalized quote based on things like quantity, what pieces you would like in your suite, the printing process you desire, what upgrades you might choose, etc. To get a general idea, you can expect to pay at least $500 for a quantity of 100 digitally printed invitations sets. Please fill out this form to receive more information about my pricing structure.
Looking for invitations for something other than a wedding? Check out my social occasions categories for more information on all other types of invitations.
How do I get started with wedding invitations?
When do I place my order?
Weddings: Save the Dates should be ordered 7-12 months before the wedding date. Invitations should be ordered 3-5 months before the wedding. For other timeline related questions, check out my wedding stationery timeline page!
All other events: 3-4 weeks before your desired mailing date, just to be safe. If you’re already past that time, inquire anyway. Depending on my schedule, you might get lucky!
How many invitations should I order?
Remember that you do not need an invitation for each guest. You should plan to order one invitation per household (although proper etiquette says that “children” over the age of 18 should receive their own invitation, even if they live with their parents). A few extra should be ordered for those last minute additions, a few to hold on to for keepsakes, and at least one to give to your photographer so they can be captured on the day of the wedding.
Do you print day-of items?
Yes, of course! I’ll be happy to print just about any coordinating stationery you might want for your wedding (think programs, menus, table numbers, etc). And don’t forget about the thank-you notes!