Remember when people just used paper?

Think weddings have gotten out of control?  Behold, the most extravagantly creative (and ridiculously over-priced) wedding invitation of the moment: a customized Viewmaster, featuring snapshots of the happy couple and delivered in a cardboard box.  You can order a hundred of these for a mere $3450.  (That doesn’t include postage, for mailing them to family and friends.)

Details:

Design your invitation in full-color kodachrome! This invite features a nostalgic viewmaster with custom picture reel and insert card for additional information. Perfect for a wedding, anniversary or any other special occasion.

This listing is for 100 qty customized viewmaster invitations. Standard turnaround time is 6-8 weeks and pricing includes:

• Customization of all text and print colors
• Custom viewmaster reel with 7 slides (includes 7 of your high-res images with brief text)
• Viewmasters with white mailing boxes (viewmasters available in red, blue, black or white)
• Flat-Printing of 2-color, 2-sided insert cards (folded size: 4.5” W x 4.5” T) on colored card stock

• Clear 1/4” circle seals to close insert cards and glue dots to attach insert cards to box interior lid.
• Flat-printed, 1-color 4.75” W x 3.5” T custom mailing labels on white label stock with printed return address (blank area to write in mailing address)
• Shipping Fees for sending all materials to you for assembly (additional fees apply for international shipping)
**Please note that estimated postage for mailer boxes is $1.56/ea (not included) within Domestic USA

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One response to “Remember when people just used paper?”

  1. Among the family keepsakes is a beautifully hand-written invitation for my great-grandmother’s wedding (circa 1905). All it cost them was the paper and postage. She only went to school to the 5th grade, but they must have practiced penmanship.
    I am noticing a trend back to do-it-yourself; in order to save money. Both my daughters-in- law asked me to do their wedding flowers, which I was happy to do. They designed their own invitations; you can do wonders with the right computer applications. The weddings were beautiful, and came in under budget, thanks to family and friends doing their bit.

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