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  • Writer's pictureKatie Brown

Free Wedding Printables

When I first started wedding planning I had absolutely no idea about Wedding Stationary, I went to Hobby Craft, grabbed some invites and went from there. We had spoken about designing our own, but me being me I went off in a completely different direction and rushed into the first thing I saw.

After speaking to lots of real-life brides for my post about how to avoid wasting money on your wedding day, I uncovered that many couples are spending hundreds of pounds on Wedding Stationary. Of course, you want to make a great impression, doesn’t everyone? On the other hand, I couldn’t help but wonder how I could help people save money?

I’ve been asked many times why we are so conscious of our Wedding Budget, my answer remains the same, we’re in it for a marriage and not a wedding. I’ve rather have £25,000-£30,000 off our mortgage than spend that on one day. We share a wonderful home and we designed our dream kitchen, which felt like a better use for our money alongside planning our dream honeymoon, an adventure to call our own.

On my journey to help other brides, I’ve found a selection of Wedding Shoes for under £100 including Ted Baker, Michael Kors and Jenny Packman and today I’m sharing some FREE printables that I’ve designed.

I’ll start with my perfect ‘Boho Bride‘ printables, this includes:

Wedding Day Invite – Wedding Evening Invite – Thank You Card – Our Wedding Hashtag – Menu

Then I’ve made a smarter, more simplified collection called ‘We’re getting married‘, this will need to be edited to include your name and location, the font I used wasALEGREYA SC’ in size 12.2. To edit, just save as a JPEG and editing using free software such as ‘Picmonkey’.

This collection includes:

Wedding Day Invite – Wedding Evening Invite – Thank You Card – Our Wedding Hashtag – Menu

Time for something a little bit different, for those who’ve already popped out invites, I’ve created this ‘Floral Wedding Day‘ collection.

This collection includes:

‘Love is sweet, take a treat’ sweet sign – Thank You Card – Our Wedding Hashtag

Love is sweet, take a treat

Now for something a little more lighthearted and fun, I’ve designed a ‘Cheeky Little Pair’ for the Wedding Breakfast which gives guests something to talk about. Also, not forgetting the Hen Doo, it’s time to find out if your hen’s really do know you?

This collection includes:

Advice for the Bride and Groom – How well do you know the bride?

Notes: These will all download as a PDF file, to make edits I recommend using Picmonkey or any other picture editing software. For best results, I’d recommend printing onto card or good quality paper. These are created for free and for personal use only, all I ask is that if any of these were useful to you that maybe you can share this post on social media? Or tag me in any pictures where these are used? That would mean the world!

Did you design your own Wedding Invites? Or buy from your local craft store?



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