5 Ways to Save Money on Your Wedding Invites

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Your wedding invitations aren’t going to be the most expensive part of your wedding planning, but they will certainly take up some of your budget that could be saved and better spent elsewhere. Regardless of where you’re holding the big day and on what date you’re getting married, you will need to invite your wedding guests in advance so that they can save the date and make sure they are available to attend and witness your marriage.

1. Invite people by talking to them

You don’t have to give people a paper or card invitation, and if you’re struggling financially or having a low-key wedding, you may want to save money wherever and whenever possible. You can call your friends and family to let them know about the wedding, or when you see them at the next gathering, let them know the venue and date of your wedding.

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2. Invite people online

Wedding invitations online are becoming increasingly more popular, and this doesn’t mean just sending out a mass email or an invitation on Facebook. While you can create a secret Facebook event and only invite the people you want to, you can also send invitation e-cards and other types of online messages that will invite people to your wedding.

3. Make your own

While it’s much easier to buy invitations and use another company to do it for you, saving money can be done quite easily by making your own. If you have the time to spare in order to do this, and you feel creative enough to pull it off, you can buy some crafts items and have a go at creating some yourself. The problem with this is that if they don’t work out, you will have wasted the money on your craft items and then you’ll still have to spend extra money getting the final invitations.

4. Don’t be too fancy

Although it’s your wedding, if you’re trying to save money then it’s not always possible to have everything as fancy as you’d like it to be. Rather than splashing out the cash on embossed envelopes, thicker cards and extra postage, keep everything simple – send out a simple card in a simple envelope and pay the standard postage for a regular letter or card. It’s fine if you have the budget to spend more money on your invites, but if you’re trying to save, you probably can’t afford to do anything too

5. Shop around

There are hundreds of options for wedding invitations when you start shopping around, and if you spend long enough looking, you’ll probably be able to get a great deal. Buying earlier will often secure you a good deal since you can purchase your invitations just after the peak wedding season of the summer when many shops and companies are reducing their prices in a bid to get more sales. Shopping around for many different aspects of your wedding will save you money in the long run.

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