Money-Saving DIY Wedding Elements That Look Priceless

It's supposed to be the happiest day of your life. But putting together the wedding of your dreams can be challenging, especially when you're on a limited budget.

According to a new study conducted by Design Bundles, by incorporating five money-saving D.I.Y items into your wedding planning, can save up to $1,500 on the total cost.

From invitations to favors and everything in between, couples can experience the wedding day they desire for a fraction of the budget.

Invitations/Stationery

Doing D.I.Y stationery/invitations instead of using an outside company proved to be the largest saving item.

It found a savings of $546 for D.I.Y. versus an average cost of $1,025 with a professional company. Online design templates cost around $12.80 with card stock for $77, four packs of envelopes, twine, a card trimmer, and a printer.

Welcome Signage

Using a metallic easel, an acrylic board, and floral garlands only cost $84.47. Whereas the cost for a designer or professional signage can run $618. Total Savings: $533.

Flowers and Centerpieces

Professionally-designed centerpieces cost about $637, and with D.I.Y options, it can be done for just $359.

Venue Décor

The study found that for $591, couples can create an aisle runner elevated with scattered silky petals and an arrangement of pampas-adorned vases.

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