DIY Wedding Invitations

One way to save some money for your wedding is doing some stuff on your own such as DIY wedding invitations. I have been doing some research and its so simple these days to just print and put together your own wedding invitations.

Getting your wedding invitations has never been easier, or more convenient. From the comfort of your own home, you can browse through a large selection of websites where you can purchase wedding invitation kits. Some traditional wedding invitation companies offer these kits. You can shop by style, color, theme, and more to find the perfect invitation for your big event. Also you can add personal details such as pictures of your wedding location as shown in the picture. To eliminate any guess-work some website offer matching envelopes, response items, and related products on the same page. The hardest part is deciding on an invitation!

See below some links I found:

44 thoughts on “DIY Wedding Invitations

  1. tons of info at the links provided

  2. Your wedding invitations will give your guests their first glimpse of the big day to .

  3. Build guest anticipation with invitations that express your true style.

  4. DIY Invitation is nice for a morning wedding

  5. DIY Invitation Brooches is elegant…..formal

  6. wow…loving DIY Invitation Buckles

  7. loving DIY Invitation Orchids

  8. DIY Invitation Roses is nice

  9. DIY Invitation Butterfly…is fly

  10. Scroll invitations are nice

  11. i am loving the paper types

  12. The possibilites are endless

  13. Scroll with Feather Wedding Invitations are nice as well!

  14. I like the scroll invitations

  15. The type of wedding invitation you use says it all!

  16. me too…prob wld give it to a friend to do it for me

  17. DIY to the world….thank God for talent

  18. Personalisation is great.

  19. I think its a wonderful idea and its lovely having a personal touch to it….. would be gr8 for family to do together

  20. It would make one’s wedding extra unique and gives room for originality.

  21. Very useful tips. If you or anyone in your family is artistic you can also explore that so you can have a “one of a kind” invitation that’s very personalised.

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