Glad that I could finally make up my mind on this. Initially I wanted to get it done with CahayaKad. Amazing artworks, but does not seem amazing to my wallet. I requested for the cards to be bilingual for the benefit of my non-Muslim colleagues but sadly the additional cost for this was so beyond my budget. I fell in love with their Kapas design but then so sayang to spend so much on a card which people hardly keep, kan?
I resorted to this design, from I Like Card:
Requested for the quotation for the above card and yet it was still out of my budget. Thus, with my minimal skills in designing, I came out with something similar using Power Point. Hahahaha I know, it's an ultimate epic failure. But the best thing, it costs me RM0.70 per card, including envelope *pats head*
And for save the date card, again, I used Power Point and created this:
On to the thank you tags, I got my inspiration from a fellow B2B, Kina. Haven't started on anything yet since the paper puncher just arrived earlier today. I really hope it will turn out good.
Just something to ponder, wedding on a budget is really possible. You just have to do plenty of research, make use of available resources and most importantly, know what you want. There's a lot of useful websites out there to help you decide what's best for your own wedding. I know looking at those grand wedding pictures can get pretty overwhelming. Bottomline is, wedding is just a day affair, marriage is a lifetime. Plan wisely.
Learnt her lesson, Bride #1