By Regina Novickis • February 27, 2014
I got engaged in late November, and I am so happy about getting married. What I have been less excited about is wedding-planning. Not because it won’t be amazing to have a celebration with our friends and family, but as a savings expert, I’m having a really hard time wrapping my head around all the costs!
According to a survey by The Knot, the average cost of a wedding is $28,427, excluding the honeymoon.
Nonetheless, we’re moving forward with planning an event, and I’ll be sharing some of the ways that we’ve been able to cut down on costs in future posts. But with the venue selected, it was time to start looking for invitations. When one of our promocodes.com coupon experts told me about FineStationery.com, I knew my search was over.
The site allows brides to search by popular wedding categories such as save the dates, bridal shower invitations, wedding place cards and wedding invitations. You can also search by style / theme and even season.
We’re having a formal evening event at Union Station in Kansas City. The art deco architecture of the venue was something I wanted to reflect in the wedding invitations.
I found some great options such as the black art deco invitation by Real Simple:
And when I searched by color to match our wedding décor and bridesmaids dresses, I found the pewter invitation by Vera Wang:
No matter what your wedding stationery needs, you can find some amazing options at every price, without sacrificing your overall vision for the day. And before you buy, click here for a Fine Stationery coupon for $10 off.
Regina Novickis Regina Novickis is a savings expert with a passion for helping people make easy money decisions without drastically altering their lifestyle.