11/21 {Win This} My Little Invite Saves The Day With DIY Printables!

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So many money-saving wedding tips assume that you’ve already spent most of your life in fine art school, or that you have unlimited time to learn entire software suites, calligraphy, floral arranging, dressmaking, and build all of your tables from reclaimed pallet wood. Why is it so hard to find something beautiful that fits your style without having to become SuperCraftWoman to make it happen? You’re on your own when it comes to the reclaimed pallet wood tables, but when it comes to invitations, My Little Invite has you covered.

My Little Invite (a subset of My Little Buffalo) creates custom printable PDF files for a ridiculously reasonable price, so all you need to do to get beautiful invitations in your style is order the PDF and then print them! You can print them at home or you have My Little Invite print them for you; whatever you choose, you’ll save a fortune over traditional wedding stationery without breaking a sweat.  Don’t see a design that calls your name and tugs at your heartstrings? For a bit more cash, you can contact mylittlebuffalo@gmail.com and get a completely customized design from top to bottom–colors, patterns…you’ll get exactly what you want and you STILL don’t have to break a sweat or the bank!

Can’t wait to order your invites? Lucky you–My Little Invite is offering readers 15% off their order with the code BROKEBRIDE! Use your savings in good health (and maybe consider putting it toward table rentals, because seriously, a stressed out bride wielding power tools and a photo from Pinterest is a recipe for disaster).
This week, one lucky BAB will win a the “Sweet Bunch” printable from My Little Invite! You must be subscribed to our newsletter to win (we check!). Not a subscriber? No problem–sign up here!

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Melissa Leff makes fun happen! When she's not wrangling pixels, grammar, or people, she's making stuff and blogging about her misadventures. Catch up with her at her blog, Mellzah.com, and on Twitter!