You know we absolutely hate to sacrifice style when it comes pretty much anything, but what is a gal to do when she’s got a budget that just can’t fit it all in (because who does, really?). We’ve recently been introduced to Ann’s Bridal Bargain, where they offer quality stationery at brag-worthy prices! While their selections are totally easy on the wallet, you would absolutely never know, based on their quality of designs, printing, and paper. Customers are always surprised by how well their paper quality and print quality compares to today’s top wedding invitation retailers. They even offer free samples so you can see before you purchase!
Ann’s Bridal Bargains is passionate about staying up-to-date the latest trends in weddings. Their most popular style this season, hands-down, is “Vintage” and they feature some amazing options! There are so many ways to make the Vintage style fit your taste. With designs that include delicate lace details (choose a wood grain combo for a rustic feel), chalkboard for a vintage, yet modern look, and typography inspired layouts as well! Remember, each design is customizable online! Choose your color and create your own unique wording. You can even add a photo to several designs.
Ann’s Bridal Bargains is not in the business of “good enough” or “just getting by.” They work hard to exceed your expectations by offering quality wedding invitations for an affordable price and providing you with reliable and friendly customer service you can trust. They also understand how easily wedding expenses can add up, and that today’s couples want nothing more than to make their wedding day an expression of who they are. Is it possible to stay on budget and plan a wedding that’s uniquely you? Yes! And they’re dedicated to helping you make that happen.
As special offer for Grey Likes readers – Get an extra 15% off your wedding invitation order with code GREY15. That’s a deal on top of a bargain! Offer valid through 8/31/2014.
*Ann’s Bridal Bargains is a sponsor of Grey Likes. All opinions are blogger’s own.