12/19 {Win This} Show Off Your Chic Style With Wedding Stationery From Geek Chic Design!

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How cute are these!? And super fun for your guests!

When you look at wedding stationery, you want something that fits your aesthetic and your budget; often this means that you’ve got to DIY what you can and hope for the best. Geek Chic Design was born out of this same situation: creator Nicolle Kasch couldn’t find the designs she wanted at a price she could afford, so she created her own. Her guests were so impressed that they encouraged her to start her own business, and today, she creates what you want at a price you can afford.

No more are you bound by the limits of whatever palette the stationery designers have decided is currently trendy–at Geek Chic Design, you can customize the colors of any design to fit YOUR wedding palette! They’re delivered to you in the form of a printable template, which you can print at your leisure: at home, at work, at the print shop down the street, at one of the myriad cheap online print shops…whatever you want!

You can follow along with Geek Chic Design on Facebook to be notified about special discounts and promos…and you can save right now: use the code brokebride12 when checking out and you’ll save 15% off your order (even custom orders!), because Geek Chic loves you, baby! When you’re getting exactly what you want at a price you can afford, what’s not to love about Geek Chic?

This week, one lucky BAB will win one custom printable vintage garden fortune teller template, one custom printable vintage garden program, one custom printable vintage garden thank you card, AND one custom banner with choice of phrase from Geek Chic Design! You must be subscribed to our newsletter to win. 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!