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Weddings of today have skyrocketed in price as everyone aims to create a show stopping event that makes a memorable impact. While some brides and grooms are lucky to have family paying for these increased costs, not everyone is able to spend tens of thousands of dollars on their special day. If you and your future spouse are tackling the wedding budget on your own, you can still create an amazing celebration. Being conscious of your budget just means that you need to be more creative and resourceful to get exactly what you want. The good news is that there are plenty of options when it comes to wedding invitations in your price range and affordable thank you cards that look like the expensive stuff.
The biggest expense for most weddings is the venue and food cost. You can save some cash on this investment by making a few adjustments. First, try booking your venue on a day in the middle of the week or a Sunday afternoon instead of the more popular wedding times of Friday or Saturday night. It’s also more affordable to choose a wedding during quieter times of the year, such as winter. For food costs, the best way to control the budget is to limit your guest count. If you have your heart set on a fancy custom invitation, use your own talents to mimic the style and create your own professional looking invitations. Simply upload your design online and have it printed out on fine paper.
Additionally, you can save money on your dress by going with a secondhand wedding dress. You can get the look of a thousand-dollar dress without spending more than a few hundred bucks. You can also save funds by doing a lot of the décor creation yourself. Consider buying your own flowers in bulk from a wholesaler and arranging your own bouquets and centerpieces. Make your own favors and secure with stylish gift tags to end the night in romantic style.
"It is a traditional style with a romantic feel. I am getting married in August of 2015 and these will be our first monogrammed cards for after the wedding thank you notes. I was able to use the emerald green for the font color to match my wedding color and it is perfect!"
"The paper is a nice and thick quality, my fiance thought they were very classy. I personalized the font in the brown ink and they look beautiful."
"Our thank you cards turned out beautiful!! The photo quality and colors are perfect. All four photos are very vibrate with the actual colors from the photos! We couldn't be happier with what we ordered. All of our products that we ordered from wedding paper divas turned out amazing! We got lots of compliments on our save the date cards, wedding invitations and will probably get lots of compliments on our thank you cards when our guests receive them!!"
"These note cards came out really well. A great choice when thank you notes will be written by both bride and groom. Simple, elegant. Wasn't sure how the burlap textured look would come out on the actual card, but it adds a really nice element."
"I personalized this card with shimmer paper and the colors: smoke for the background then coast blue for the ribbon/border."