Of course you don’t want to compromise anything about your special day, but a budget friendly wedding doesn’t mean sacrificing style. A few details made into DIY projects will not only save you cash, they will also add a unique flair to the celebration. CNN Money says the average couple spends $30,000 on a wedding, so most would probably welcome the opportunity to save a little money. These projects are easy and will make your ceremony distinctive and memorable.
Ordering 100 custom wedding invitations can cost hundreds of dollars. Creating your own unique cards is a personal way to invite your friends and family to your special day. To print professional-looking invitations at a fraction of the cost, use a free font site to design your own. Look at CreativeBloq.com's list of 100 Best Free Fonts; you can find something to go with any theme, from the whimsical "Look Up" font made of curvy arrowheads to the "True Love" font that is based on old-fashion tattoo typography. To give the invitations another unique touch, use paper cut-outs to decorate the envelopes with a flower or butterfly silhouette.
Are any of these projects on your to do list? Tell us what you are planning, or maybe something that inspired you here that you now might consider? For me, I would have definitely done that outdoor chandelier and "best day ever" banner for altar decor, but that didn't fly in the Catholic church. Maybe for vow renewals, however!