Here are some tips, which can cut your cost for invitation shopping. You may use some of pick your cheap wedding invites.
Email wedding invitations: the frugal alternative
With the advancement of technology a great alternative to traditional printed out invitations are email invitations. Of course if your wedding is going to be a big event the most elegant choice would be to send a printed out invitation and use email only as a reminder. But if you’re having a simpler wedding an email invitation is a great alternative that saves you money.
If you choose the printed out wedding invitations here are some great tips for you:
As brides we tend to want to get the biggest, most unique things for our wedding. We end up going a bit overboard with some things and this includes the size of the invitation. Be careful not to overdo on the size. Try going for a medium sized invite.
Cheap & quality paper is a must
When choosing your wedding invitations the quality of the paper is very important. We can save money without looking cheap. High quality paper makes an invitation look valuable. The opposite will just ruin the first impression. There are places that sell high quality paper at a cheaper price. They sell them in bulk prices. You just need to research and find them.
Choosing the color for your invitation
To pick out the color of your invitation, feel free to go with what you really want. It is usually best that it combines with the overall color choice for the wedding. Some classic and elegant colors for wedding invitations are: white, off white, champagne, cream, beige and peach. Try to pick light colors for the part of the invitation that has the wording on it. This will make the important information easier to read.
The letter font and size
Many times people want their invitation so beautiful that they pick a font that is truly difficult to read. Too much “swirl” will make things hard for the reader. Extremely small fonts that strain the eye should be avoided.
This makes a beautiful memoir for all of your friends and family to have even after the wedding has passed. Hope you have a sweet wedding!