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What Is a Good Price for a Wedding Invitation?

What Is a Good Price for a Wedding Invitation?
When it comes to planning a wedding, one of the first things to consider is your budget. As with many things, costs can easily creep up so it’s good to have an idea of how much different aspects of your big day should set you back, and what constitutes good value for money.
Wedding invitations are one of these aspects which can add quite a chunk to the bottom line, especially if you’re inviting a lot of guests, and coupling your invites with ‘save the date’ cards too.
Here are a few things to consider when deciding what your budget for wedding invitations should be.

Pre-printed or ready to write

Wedding invitations can be ordered for a range of requirements and budgets. For those on a bigger budget, cards can be pre-printed with all your details on, in a variety of designs, for between £1.20 and £1.55 per invitation.
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But you can save some money by purchasing ready to write invitations, which may take a bit of time on your part but could also add a more personal touch. These can be purchased for around 45p per invitation.
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Alternatively, there are also packs available for those who want matching RSVP cards to go with their pre-printed invitations, which are available at around £2.85 each.

Added extras

As well as including all the crucial information on your invitation, some couples also like to send additional details such as nearby hotel suggestions, local taxi numbers, wedding breakfast options and an RSVP card.
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If you want to include these but are concerned by budget, they can easily be typed up and printed on a home computer, but if you’d prefer them designed and matching the invitations, make sure you budget for this too.

Don’t forget stamps

It may seem like a small thing but don’t forget to factor in the cost of actually sending your invitations out. Stamps are pricey and when you’re talking about potentially posting out more than 100 invitations, this can really start to add up. Make sure you work out how much this will cost from the start, so you know what budget you have left for the actual invitations themselves.