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Plan an Affordable Wedding by Using Stamps

Trying to plan an affordable wedding? Still overwhelmed by the all costs? Here’s a secret to saving a ton of money: use stamps!

DIY doesn’t have to be difficult. Just by stamping on some stickers, paper and envelopes, you’ll skip out on otherwise expensive printing.

Save the Dates

For these particular save the dates, we purchased some lovely floral cards and envelopes from Michaels. We punched out scalloped-edge shapes from cardstock paper and attached them to the front of the card.

With our RE:MARKS Save The Date Banner design, we stamped some blank, round stickers and stuck them on top of the punch out. Finally, we added adhesive rhinestones for a touch of sparkle!

Envelopes

Sprucing up envelopes for save the dates, wedding invites and thank you cards is a cinch with stamps. For the closure, we stamped some stickers with our RE:MARKS Rose Wreath Monogram design. To match, we chose the Rose Cluster Address Stamp for easy, breezy mailing.

Escort Cards

Your guests will love these DIY escort cards so much, they'll want to take them home as souvenirs from your big day! For this project, we stamped the Rose Escort Card design on pink paper and cut out the design with the scalloped-edge paper cutter. Along with some punched out glitter cardstock, we attached the stamped pink cutouts to a small floral card. And of course, we had to finish off with some adhesive rhinestones!

Favors

These favors are so adorably yummy, you'll get a toothache just from looking at them. For these treat bags, we used the Rose Treat Stamp on patterned tags and tied the tag with colored string to a brown paper bag filled with goodies. A paper doily folded over the top makes for a pretty closure.

Remember, if wooden stamps are more your thing, make sure to peruse our huge variety of wedding stock and customizable engraved maple art mounts

For more wedding inspiration and pictures, check out our feature on 100 Layer Cake!


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