Pretty soon, we’ll be embarking on a new decade, and 2020 is sure to be more digital than ever. In this high-tech era, more and more brides are choosing to send online invitations instead of paper wedding stationery. The benefits are numerous. First and foremost, the average cost of physical wedding invitations is between $5,000 and $8,000.
Digital invitations can clear a massive portion of your budget. Greenvelope’s customizable designs, for example, start at $39 and include tracking. This convenience factor saves both time and hassle. No licking envelopes, no writing addresses in your best cursive (and tossing them when you make a mistake), and no depending on the unreliable USPS. Rather than filling out an RSVP card to send back, guests can easily respond online and your invitation service will keep track for you.
There’s the eco-friendly aspect, as well. (No trees were killed in the making of these invitations.) And like traditional print invitations, online invitations can reflect your wedding theme and color palette. These unique wedding invitation ideas feature digital designs that jump off the screen — and are so realistic you can practically feel the cardstock.