Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Wedding Invitations - Custom and Affordable

Like many brides, our wedding has a small and very tight budget.  We decided from the beginning that in addition to a meaningful ceremony, we wanted a great party.  Well {msL} isn't keen on standing up in front of everyone but she's doing it for me and wants to share that with our nearest and dearest.  But we knew our priorities were great music, great drinks and great food.  Our budget mandates that we cut back in other ways so that we can splurge on the things that matter most. Although they are important, one of the best ways to save is our invitations.  I briefly entertained the idea of designing them myself.  Then I woke from that delusion and started looking for affordable options.  I am not and have never been a graphic designer.  There are some great, affordable options out there but I was immediately in love with zazzle. Not only do they sell great products, their philosophy is great too.  They believe in affordable, local, and eco-friendly. Read about them here.

Zazzle Selection

Their selection is amazing! Also, all of the invitations and paper they sell is customizable.  You can even create your own designs using your own graphics and photos. It's graphic design for dummies at an affordable price. You can even create custom stamps. Now we'll be able to order custom save the dates and invitations without the custom prices!

I love how these Save the Date cards resemble a rock poster.  They are fantastic and would fit in so well with our music inspired wedding.

If you love all things vintage, zazzle has you covered. There are tons of vintage and antique style invitations and items.

A cute and simple invite to the rehearsal dinner. I love the use of the flourished font in the header. 

There is something for every style from a rustic, country wedding...

to a city themed event.

From a wedding for two modern hipsters...

to a vintage Steampunk couple.
There is even a fun selection of LGBT invites.

There are options for all sorts of themes, tastes and styles.  The possibilities are endless. You can even order coordinating stationary, cards, favors and other items. The zazzle Wedding Center has everything in one place.

A little note, this post is sponsored by zazzle.  But as weird coincidence would have it, I stumbled upon zazzle about a week before I was contacted to do a post.  I'd already picked out a few Save the Dates to show to {msL} and I'd decided that zazzle was on the top of my list for selection, customization and affordable prices. If you're looking for wedding invite options, you should check them out!

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