Who says that wedding invitations and RSVP cards have to be printed? When it comes to wedding invitations, more and more couples are choosing to go paperless. Digital invitations are as beautiful as their physical counterparts. They are also a great way to save some money. Here are 5 reasons to send digital wedding invitations.
Average cost of physical invitations is between $5000 and $8000. Average cost of digital invitations is around $100. This will make a huge difference for brides on a budget and also for brides who would rather invest money elsewhere (for example: drinks, dessert or a great DJ).
The act of getting invitations ready can be very time-consuming. Going digital will save you a lot of time. There are no envelopes, no writing addresses, no adhering rhinestones, no wax stamps…
RSVP is very simple with online invitation service – both for the bride and for the guests. Rather than having your guests fill out the reply card and mail it back to you, they will be directed to the wedding website, where they can check yes or no. It’s also easier to keep track of food allergies.
With online invitations, it’s very easy to make invitations, save the date cards, thank you cards and wedding website in the same design. Just like you would do with traditional invitation, incorporate wedding colors and the vibe of your wedding in the digital invitation.
Many couples are concerned about the environment. Wedding invitations usually require the envelope, RSVP card and an insert with wedding details. That’s a lot of paper. Paperless is an eco-friendly option. There’s no paper waste with digital wedding invitations.
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