Whether or not to invite kids to your wedding is one of those polarizing First World problems that can end friendships, divide families, and ratchet up couples therapy bills. There's really no need to get defensive about the whole kid thing.
It's no secret that weddings are expensive, so anyway that a couple can cut down on the final bill is always ideal. One of the easiest ways that couples can cut the cost includes watching their spending on wedding stationary.
How many brides and grooms out there are willing to admit that they jump for joy every time they get a "Declines with regret" RSVP in the mail? If at least half of you didn't raise your hands, you're big fat liars.
I'm just going to lay it all out on the table here. I know invitations and paper don't seem important in our digital e-vite disposable society, but they are for so many reasons. Here is my short list of the most common statements that are guaranteed to bum out any stationer.
Your wedding stationery gives your guests a glimpse into what they can expect at your wedding. It's important to put a lot of thought into your wedding stationery because you don't want to give guests the wrong information and impression