It’s time for my second big announcement in as many weeks. If you missed the unveiling of the Download & Print Wedding Invitation Template System check out how it’s a game changer for DIY brides, offering unprecedented ease and affordability on your journey to create gorgeous wedding stationery.
My second announcement has got me hopping with excitement. I am collaborating with Jessica Bishop, the Budget Savvy Bride, and we are launching the Budget Savvy Bride Collection at Download & Print. Many of you will be familiar with Jessica and her no-nonsense advice that she shares on her award winning blog. She shares real budget weddings, affordable DIY projects and of course printables, which is how we first teamed up. I’ve been creating an exclusive template set for Budget Savvy Bride’s each month and if you want to view any of these free printables head on over here.
How Jessica and I started in the wedding business is uncannily similar. We are both graphic designers by trade, we both DIY’d our own wedding invitations to rave reviews from guests, so we both launched wedding websites with different spins but with the same core value: Help brides save money while still having the wedding of their dreams. Jessica and I are a match made in thrift shop heaven. Plus we both wear teal glasses. We were probably separated at birth.
The Budget Savvy Bride Collection at Download & Print is a match made in DIY wedding heaven. An invitation revolution! - Tweet if you agree
Jessica has been itching to get back to her designing roots, which is good news for D&Pers! Today the Budget Savvy Bride Collection at Download & Print officially launches, and we are kicking off the collection with a delicate pin-striped set.
Amber by The Budget Savvy Bride
Jessica’s first collection is named Amber. It features a lovely delicate pin stripe and ornate frame, encasing a collection of stunning designer fonts. There is a grand total of five gorgeous fonts used throughout the collection, which definitely gives the stationery a designer look without the designer price tag. All the font details and where to download them for free are included in your designer cheat sheet, provided with the template files.
As with all wedding collections on Download & Print you get 15 coordinating pieces in the Amber collection, from two styles of invitation, RSVP card, and menu, to thank you cards, table numbers and a choice of ceremony programs. Everything you could possibly need to create a cohesive (and high-priced!) look on your wedding day. Without the high price tag of course. The Amber collection comes in five designer colors, all of which are included with the download. We’ve kept the colors subtle and light to go with the delicate stripe: Blush, Latte, Seaglass, Seersucker, and Silver. Mix and match the colors throughout your stationery, or choose one and keep things uniform. If you are looking to make more of a bold statement we can change the colors for you through our customization service.
Also included with the 15 template downloads is a get started guide and my designer tips, tricks, and advice. Included are video tutorials, embellishment ideas, the free fonts and much more. It’s like having a designer in your back pocket! I want you to succeed and fall in love with your wedding stationery over and over and over again.
We will be adding to the Budget Savvy Bride Collection each month.
It wouldn’t be a Download & Print launch without a freebie. After all these years I’m still committed to providing brides with the best printables and service at the best price, and what better price is there than free? Today Download & Print readers and Budget Savvy Brides can test drive the Amber collection by downloading the free invitation and RSVP in seersucker. It’s the same high resolution designer printable as seen in the full Amber collection, it’s just free. You can even download the coordinating fonts and be on your way to killer wedding stationery in a jiffy. I show you how to create the invitation and RSVP so you can truly try before you buy. The rest of the collection is then only a couple of clicks away.
As a bonus I’ll show you how to turn a regular 4-bar envelope into an invitation pocket. It’s a neat way to present your stationery and is a way to bring in an accent color to your invitations. Plus you’ll be able to put it together quicker than you can say Show Me The Wedding Hack!
Give Jessica a warm ol' welcome and I hope you are as excited as I am about seeing her new collections right here on Download & Print each month.
With template love,