Planning a wedding can be the best thing you ever do. It can also be the most stressful one too. Keeping calm is much easier when you know what you want, and when you are organized. Keeping within budget can be hard. But it doesn’t have to be, starting out with these tips can help you keep on track and enjoy the process.
When you start planning a wedding these tips can help you save time and money. Continue reading
To save some money on our wedding invitation I printed my own. This gave me the chance to personalize not only the invite but the reply card as well. I found the alternate wording for “will not attend” on Pinterest – “will celebrate from a far” is the one that I liked the best.
We wanted to make sure that everyone is happy with the music we have selected. To help this happen we asked for everyone’s favorite songs. We added the songs to our playlist for the night.
I have been warned that sometimes the reply card is returned without the name of the invitee(s). To save this from happening I numbered the reply cards. I saved the numbers in my guest list so I could refer back to it if needed.
If you are copying my lay out make sure you remember the one thing that I forgot. The reply by date! Yup I completely forgot that part. I would rather not have to chase after people for the reply, as I’m sure you would too. Trying to get replys right before the wedding can be difficult, especially if you have a large wedding.
How I made my wedding invitations, they look great and best part is they only cost me $10!
I am always looking for a good deal, so as you can imagine once I got engaged I started looking for wedding items at a discount. I found my dress through Kijiji and saved tons on it. The second thing I found was my invitation. The local surplus store had a shelf full of wedding invitations for only $9.99. I looked through and found ones that I liked, all I needed to do was print them from my computer. Continue reading