Tiffany Blue Wedding Invitation Kits

Today, we’re going to be looking at Tiffany Blue wedding invitation kits. Whether you’re making the invitations yourselves at home or buying them from a marketplace like Etsy – you’ll want your wedding invitations to be perfect. It’s likely the first glimpse of your wedding that your guests will see, and you’ll want them to make a lasting impression. And perhaps hint of what your wedding will be.

Tiffany blue is an increasingly popular color scheme for weddings, and it isn’t difficult to see why. So let’s take a look at Tiffany blue wedding invites and Tiffany blue invitation kits.

What Is An Invitation Kit?

An invitation kit is a kit in which you can pick and choose what goes into your invitation. Self-assembly is often needed, but it’s super easy. Some of the options you can usually choose alongside the basic invitation and response cards are:

  • Reception Cards
  • Thank You Cards
  • Menu Cards
  • Program Cards
  • Direction Cards
  • Accommodation Cards

You can usually choose to add accessories such as ribbons or wax seals and choose everything down to the font and wording. Suffice to say that if you opt for a wedding invitation kit, they will not be cheap! The personalization is so precise and unique – so be sure to set aside a chunk of your budget for the invitations. They’ll be sure to leave a lasting impression on your guests.

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Where To Buy Tiffany Blue Wedding Invitations?

There are many places to purchase Tiffany Blue wedding invitation kits, particularly as it’s such a popular wedding color scheme. Here are some of the best places to buy kits that are ready-made.

Elegant Wedding Invites

Elegant Wedding Invites have a range of invitation kits, including Tiffany blue. Their Tiffany Blue Swirl Laser Cut Wedding Invitation Kits are absolutely beautiful. These stunning kits would be perfect for any wedding. When you’re ordering from a professional wedding stationery store, it can be pricey. For 30 invites (for just the invites and response cards), you’ll be looking at around $130.

If you add 30 of the extras to your kit, you’ll be looking at the following prices:

  • Reception Cards – $27
  • Thank You Cards – $27
  • Menu Cards – $48
  • Program Cards – $36
  • Direction Cards – $36
  • Accommodation Cards – $34

So for 30 invites (with everything above), you’d be looking at over $300! They may not be inexpensive, but they are the perfect start to your wedding. They always seem to have discount codes, so be sure to keep an eye out for those!

Pro Wedding Invites

Pro Wedding Invites are simply stunning. And their Tiffany Blue Swirl Laser Cut Wedding Invitation Kits Turquoise And Silver Glitter Invitation is no exception. If we’re comparing prices, for 30 invites (with response cards), you’ll be looking at around $150.

However, the extras are less expensive than our first choice. The extras are the following prices:

  • Reception Cards – $24
  • Thank You Cards – $25
  • Detail Cards – $24
  • Accommodation Cards – $24

For 30 of these complete invitation kits, you’ll be looking at around $250. I love the amount of glitter in these invitations and would highly recommend them.

Etsy

If you’re on a tighter budget, there’s no doubt you should shop at online marketplaces such as Etsy and eBay. You can find invitation kits in a range of colors, including Tiffany blue and prices range from as little as $2 per invitation (excluding any extras). It’s important to shop around before you make any final decisions, particularly if you’re on a budget.

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DIY Wedding Invites

If you’re looking for a cost-effective way to make your Tiffany blue wedding invitations and you already have a printer, it may be best to make the invites at home. You can make your invitations as unique as possible by designing them yourselves or buying digital templates on marketplaces such as Etsy. If you’re a novice with editing software, it may be best to stick to digital templates – or be prepared to spend some time practicing before the big day!

Brides have great DIY Wedding Invitations and a How-to Guide. The 13 Step Guide includes steps such as:

  1. Consider the Cost
  2. Identify Your Style
  3. Schedule and Plan Ahead
  4. Choose Your Vendor and Printing Method
  5. Plan Your Customization
  6. Find the Perfect Fit
  7. Choose Your Paper
  8. Consider File Types and Sizes (and Quality)
  9. Plan Your Ink Usage
  10. Check Your Computer and Printer Compatibility
  11. Choose Your Envelopes
  12. Plan to Assemble and Assembly Method
  13. It’s Time to Post!

It really is that easy, and there’s plenty of help online if you need it, to make your perfect wedding invitations.

Ways To Incorporate Tiffany Blue In Your Wedding

Once you’ve chosen your invitations, you may be looking for other ways to include Tiffany blue into your wedding – and it’s much easier than you may think.

  • Jewelry (this can be your “something blue” too if you’re following that tradition)
  • Shoes
  • Bridal Bouquet
  • Wedding Chair Sashes
  • Wedding Cupcakes
  • Tiffany Wedding Cake
  • Bridesmaid Dresses
  • Boutonnieres
  • Corsages
  • Favor Boxes

There’s no limit to how much Tiffany blue you can use at your wedding, so don’t be afraid to be as bold as possible! My wedding color scheme was Tiffany blue and white – and I had so much fun with it! Everything down the balloons was the right color. I even had Tiffany’s blue and white personalized M&M’s!

Conclusion

I hope this article has helped you to become more familiar with Tiffany blue wedding invitation kits and the best places to source your dream wedding invites. When researching, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and stretch your budget, so it’s best to set a firm budget in mind before you start shopping. And try to stick to it as closely as possible – particularly if your budget is tight!

Did you have Tiffany blue wedding invitation kits at your own wedding? Or do you plan too? Did you make them yourself or order from a store? Please feel free to share your experiences in the comments below. You could be helping out future brides and grooms with their own weddings. Sharing is caring!

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