Weddings can really add up in cost, but each detail doesn’t have to send you over the budget’s edge! Today we’re sharing where to buy inexpensive wedding invitations that don’t look cheap, affordable, or budget in the least.
In fact, guests will want to know where you bought your wedding invitations since they look so chic and stylish!
Wedding invitations are an important part of your checklist and a cost you can’t ignore completely. Think of wedding invites as the soul of your day-of stationery: they inform guests of the who, what, when, where, and how to travel for the occasion. :) But do you have to spend gobs of money on paper instructing guests where to go and who is getting married? Not quite — but you definitely want the invitations to look nice. It is a wedding, after all.
The best advice I give our couples is to prioritize. Your budget is YOURS, so do with it what you’d like! Choose the items that are most important to you and spend the bulk of your money there. For instance, a couple might prefer a instant photo guest book over a regular guest book, or they may wish to plan an elaborate signature cocktail or set up lawn games for guests to play during cocktail hour. That means somewhere else in the budget, they’ll need to spend less. One popular place to cut costs? Stationery! And thanks to these finds, now you can buy affordable wedding invitations and enjoy some cost-savings.
Thanks to the clever invitation styles now available at Minted, you can buy affordable wedding invitations that don’t look cheap.
They offer invites for a bride on a budget, ranging from petite invitations that cost around $2 each, their unique all-in-one invitation that folds into itself (hey, no extra envelope!) for around $1.50 each, and even their standard cards are available as low as $2.34 depending on the style you select.
See? Proof that you can, in fact, buy inexpensive wedding invitations that don’t look cheap.
To show you exactly what we mean, we’re sharing the best invitations that are affordable, stylish, and on-trend for this season in the prettiest patterns and one-of-a-kind color palettes. These are designed by independent artists, making these a dream come true for brides who want artful invitations without the hefty price tag.
Inexpensive Wedding Invitations
Today we’re sharing affordable invitations for your wedding day that do not look cheap, inexpensive, or cost-savings at all. No one has to know! These elegant invitations will give your guests everything they need to know for your upcoming day and you’ll have money left over to spend on anything else your budget requires.
Plus, these invitations are suitable to coordinate with other wedding stationery pieces from place cards to table numbers, welcome signs to favor tags — and everything in between.
PRO TIP: If you’re planning to shop affordable wedding invitations and coordinating pieces, be sure to order them all at once. You’ll save big on shipping and your items will arrive early, which is a good thing to keep wedding stress at bay. :)
1. Block Print Frame Invitations
This petite invitation has a stylish block frame style and a pretty color palette. By Katharine Watson.
2. Floral Invitation
A floral motif and fall colors (or any colors you select!) rounds out this petite invitation with an affordable price tag. By Kate Ahn.
3. Watercolor Floral
Ahhh, I adore these invitations from designer Angela Marzuki. This is a beautiful color palette for summer!
4. Photo Invitation
You can get affordable wedding invitations with your photo on them, thanks to this posh design by Elly.
5. Blue Flowers
Ooh, the color palette shown here in denim is a favorite of mine! By Itsy Belle Studio.
I bet you wouldn’t think these were inexpensive wedding invitations! Check out this flourished, elegant design. Stunning! By Kristie Kern.
7. Autumn Foil
These cost-saving invitations are perfect for a fall wedding. By Lori Wemple.
8. Art Deco
9. Pampas Grass
10. Gold Foil Card
A stylish brush of gold foil on the top makes this an elegant choice for any wedding theme. By Carolyn Nicks.
12. Big Date
Big and bold! A stylish invitation set by Anastasia Makarova.
13. Gorgeous Photo
No one will know you spent less on budget wedding invitations when they see this stunner! I really admire the style of this card. By Jennifer Postorino.
14. Gilded Eucalyptus
And probably my favorite invitation of this entire list: eucalyptus. Oooh, how I adore eucalyptus for weddings! These affordable invitations will make a beautiful first impression on your wedding guests. By Lissabeth Anglin.
Where to Buy Inexpensive Invitations
Ready to shop? Head over to Minted now in this section to save money on invitations.
On to You:
What do you think of these invites?
Are you going the affordable invitation route or going all-out on expensive wedding invitations?
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