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Topic: I need invitation-cardstock recommendations!!  (Read 823 times)
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« on: July 12, 2008 05:15:16 PM »

so we have finally arrived at the point of getting our invites done! YEA!  Although....I didn't think it was going to be such an issue!

We really are looking for heavy cardstock, maybe 250 ct. if possible, or 100 ct. x2, of pink.  Not pastel, but a deep hot pink....  Sad I didn't think that paper would be so difficult to find online/in stores so I was wondering if anyone has a recommendation?!  (It stinks, I'm starting to feel the crazy getting ready for a wedding event stress.. just venting a bit too, b/c I know you all go through it too, and it totally makes me feel better getting this off my chest in a way Smiley )

We are on a budget and idealy would like to not spend more than $50 for the paper.
« Reply #1 on: July 13, 2008 05:03:59 PM »

Envelope Mall may have what you're looking for. They carry the astrobrights paper. Is the "Pulsar Pink" dark enough fuschia for you?


Paper Source carries cover weight in their "Strawberry" and "Rhubarb" colours.

« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2008 09:54:02 AM »

Thanks Mar,

I did end up going with paper-source.com, and chose the strawberry cardstock.  It should be coming in sometime this week or next?  Then its time to make them!

What my fiance and I decided to do since we didn't want to spend too much $ either, was there are a few people that we are going to e-vite them to the wedding-we already know of some people who would prefer an e-vite rather than paper, and we already know some people who can't make it, so they said they don't need an invitation.  That definitly helped us! Smiley
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