Wedding Stationery / July 24, 2018 / Gemma Patenaude
You tried calling your supplier for your wedding invitation asking them if they could possibly produce wedding stationery in the given limited span of time. They agreed but as what we have expected the price is quite unreasonable. They say this is the price that you will be paying because of the nature of the request and the fact that it is a rush project. Without second thoughts you bailed out. There is no way that Tinas budget could accommodate that. So looking closely at the wedding invitation you just considered doing the wedding stationery yourselves. You called Tina and together you buy the best quality and yet affordable specialty paper that you can find and you also requested your friend to came up with a template design that could be easily resized to fit in any paper size. In no time you find yourselves printing your very own wedding stationery at a more affordable price. This is also a convenient and wise option since you get to choose how your invitation would look like and you also get to personalize the output of your wedding stationery.
Wedding stationery is something that you cannot ignore while planning your wedding; but at the same time it can cost you quite a handsome amount if you let yourself jump for costly designer wedding stationery or rampant ideas. If you want to stick to a budget arrangement then you must know how to save on the stationery for weddings. A marriage itself calls for high expenditures which is why it is necessary that one tries to sensibly save where possible. But this does not mean poor quality. Cheap wedding stationery can set the example for fine wedding stationery too. While planning your wedding you should remember that the whole affair should be beautiful elegant cozy and warm. So here are top 5 tips for saving on wedding stationary - Tip # 1 Arranging for personalized wedding stationery is not always as costly as it sounds.
This allows them to mark their calendars with your wedding date while giving you extra time to arrange the main wedding stationery package. Try to send Save-The-Date cards about six months prior to your wedding date or about four months before you send wedding invitations. This is particularly important if travel to another country is involved to allow for any visas inoculations etc. that may be required. If you are sending Save-The-Date cards particularly for a Destination Wedding dont forget to include important information like local hotels (and their room rates) flights and car rental. Make sure that you have one fully assembled invitation weighed and checked for size at the Post Office to find out the exact postage type and amount.