At a time when nearly everything we purchase is available with the click of a button, it’s only natural that wedding invites have evolved into the digital age too. And rather than a faux pas, buying your wedding invitations online is a cost-effective way to check a major item off your to-do list. Some sites are fully focused on invitation-making, while others roll it into their overall wedding-planning offerings. But whether you fancy lush, opulent floral designs, a more minimal and modern look, or classic, formal invites—there’s something up your alley.
Below, 5 places to order wedding invitations online.
As one of the largest marketplaces for wedding invitations online, the key to Minted’s success is their wide breadth of talented designers. Each design is crowdsourced and chosen by the Minted community, and you can easily make them look and feel like your own with custom elements like the silhouette, paper thickness, color, and shimmer level. One stack of 100 invites will cost you under $250.
Zola is a one-stop shop for wedding planning, which includes invitations. Whether you’re planning a wedding in the great outdoors or a black-tie affair in New York City, the site has an invite to match. Each order comes with free matching envelopes, and free shipping. Prices start at $199 (for 100 invites), making it one of the most cost-effective on the market.
Yes, your favorite greeting card shop does wedding invites too. Shop a variety of invitations and receive a proof within 3 to 4 days at Paper Source. Plus, you can easily add programs, menus, and save the dates to your order. From earthy botanical designs to vintage-inspired invites, you’ll find a full stylish range.
If your design aesthetic reads more minimalist, Artifact Uprising will be your cup of tea. Their wedding invite assortment is for the graphic designer at heart who loves clean typography and modern elegance. Invites are printed on premium paper, and you have the option to add RSVP and thank you cards too.
From the size, shape, and paper type, you can customize your wedding invitation across multiple sections from a large marketplace of designers at Zazzle. Plus, reviews are attached to each design, making it easy to vet quality and customer satisfaction. There is less curation here, so make sure you're ready to do a bit of scrolling to find the perfect design.
Originally Appeared on Vogue