The 7 Best Wedding Invitation Makers
Average Cost: Prices start at $3.85 and go about to around $6.00
What's On Offer?: Wedding invitations, engagement announcements, save the dates, Hen's Party invites - Photobook has got it all. You can choose from a wide variety of designs, paper types, you can include a photo or just keep it simple. It seems fairly easy to apply discount codes to keep things cheap and most invites print within 2-3 business days.
6. Paperless Wedding
Brand: Paperless Wedding
Average Cost: Save The Dates are free (how good is that?). A Wedding Website will cost you $135, but you get 3 weeks free trial, or you can opt for the Full Package, which gets you digital invitations, a matching Wedding Website and online RSVP for $179. You can also design wedding invitations online as well as the envelopes.
What's On Offer?: You've spoilt for choice when you decide to go with Paperless Wedding. There are so many customisable options for your wedding website, your online invitations and save the dates that it may be hard to to decide on just one theme. Paperless Wedding are a company offering couples a personalised wedding website with matching digital wedding invitations. They also have separate sites for the UK and New Zealand couples, so let your overseas friends know!
RSVP System?: Paperless Wedding does offer an online RSVP system, which saves your guests the hassle of having to send back a physical RSVP card in the post. The easier you make the RSVP process for your guests, the happier you'll be.
Average Cost: Invites start at around $2.70
What's On Offer?: Paperlust offer custom invitation and card designs for every occasion, including weddings and engagements. All designs are exclusive to Paperlust (so you know your online invitations won't be run of the mill) and they come printed out on luxe paper stock. The website itself is easy to navigate and your final design and ideas can be tweaked by a Paperlust designer, for added peace of mind.
Reviews: One happy customer said -
"Paperlust were the most wonderful company to work with! They designed our invites from scratch, absolutely nailed the brief and produced the most beautiful quality product. We truly loved our invites and could not have dreamed for any better."
Average Price: Around the $5.00 mark
What's On Offer?: Lilykiss extensive suite of designer stationery, with additional colours and formats, so that you can get your ideas out of your head and onto a screen. Lilykiss are happy to customise designs to your taste if you have specific requests, and they also design and supply high quality name place-cards and RSVP cards that come complete with matching return envelopes. There is a complete package available for couples looking to order invitations, RSVP cards, place-cards, menus, wishing wells, seating plans, order of service covers and favour tags. There is also a handy section of the Lilykiss website to help with your choice of wording.
Average Price: You can create free e-invitations if you decide to go with Evite. They have extensive collection of templates and designs, so you could very well end up with an e-wedding invite that looks stunning and cost you absolutely nothing!
What's On Offer?: Evite is one of the world's leading digital platforms for all things invite-and-card-related. You could do everything from your engagement announcement to your wedding thank you notes just by using Evite alone!
Average Price: Starts at $1.94
What's On Offer?: Papier partner with industry leading artists, illustrators and designers so that your wedding invitations are everything you dreamed they'd be. All products are printed in either Australia or the United Kingdom (depending on where you are based).
1. Paperless Post
Brand: Paperless Post
Average Price: Lowest price is completely free
What's On Offer?: When it comes to finding a recommended invitation maker, it's hard to go past Paperless Post. They do offer paper options (and those can be found at Paper Source) but if you want to stick with e-invitations, then rest assured. The typefaces, templates and designs are to die for no matter if they're digital or tangible.