Today, I want to chat a little about investment. Custom wedding paper is an investment. We’ve discussed pricing before and what makes wedding invitations cost so much in a 5 Part series: Breaking Down Invitations. You can read all of them here:  Part 1 here. Part 2 is here. Part 3 here. Part 4 here. Part 5 here. These are great places to begin if you are just starting your search for invitations. This {frank} information will help you understand the costs involved in your wedding invitations.

Pricing all depends on paper choices and the style you choose. We can work with your budget, within reason, and can help you make paper and style decisions, if you know your wedding invitation budget. Below, I’ve illustrated what you can expect for certain price ranges in custom invitations:


You can expect to invest at least $3-4 per wedding invitation suite, which would include a single layer invitation, blank outer envelopes, reply enclosure and blank reply envelopes.

Layered invitations start at $5 each and are 2 or more pieces of paper matted to each other.  Pocket wedding invitations start at $8 each. Pocket invitations are the booklet type invitations that contain all of your enclosures neatly. Embellishments are ribbons, belly bands, rhinestones, envelope liners, etc. and significantly add cost in your wedding invitations.

Our investment begins at $500 for custom wedding invitations. Which, if you think about it, isn’t really that hard to reach. We also have a Collection where prices are a bit lower, but you lose some of the customization options. That can also be a great resource.

As always, if you want to talk through it with someone, I am available by phone to chat and help you understand: 615-669-5464

And don’t forget about our Summer Special that helps you out even a bit more.