5 for 5: Top Five Budget Tips for the Wedding Invitations

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In today's 5 for 5, I'm offering suggestions on how to save money on the wedding invitations (On the 5th day of every month, I share a downloadable infographic with my Top Five Budget Tips for a specific facet of wedding planning).

In today's 5 for 5, I'm offering suggestions on how to save money on the wedding invitations (On the 5th day of every month, I share a downloadable infographic with my Top Five Budget Tips for a specific facet of wedding planning).

Hope this helps y'all find your perfect, budget-friendly wedding invitations! (click the image below for a free PDF!):

5 for 5: Top Five Budget Tips for the Wedding Invitations

Top Five Budget Tips for the Wedding Invitations

  1. An invitation will be less expensive if you stick with a simple design and fewer printing colors. Opt for a clean white paper with black or grey text for an elegant (yet affordable) look.
  2. Purchase printable files from a talented artist on etsy. Then print at home or at a local copy store.
  3. Lose the extras. Ditch the second envelope, drop the tissue paper, and nix the addition information cards.
  4. Go with the cheaper printing process. Letterpress and engraved items are far more expensive than thermography and laser printing which offer a great look at half the price.
  5. Keep it super simple and choose a premade design from MintedTiny Prints, or VistaPrint. There are a ton to choose from, in many colors, and all can be customized with your text.

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