Think about the shape and size of your invitations in comparison with the style of wedding you are having. Formal weddings typically use a rectangular card for a more traditional look. However, if your wedding more on the playful side, think about going circular, scalloped, or even a square wedding invitation. Keep in mind, the bigger the envelope the more costly the postage.
If you buy 100 invitations at ũሪ each, you're going to spend 贶 on wedding invitations (and this doesn't include shipping costs from the wedding invitation company to you and post office costs from you to your guests). Instead of spending over a hundred dollars on wedding invitations, you can spend โ or less to make your own wedding invitations. You not only save money, but you also have fun mixing and matching colors and designs. (In fact, you will probably waste hours and hours away just looking at all the beautiful paper available to you.)