Saving on Invitations

As you know, we tend to laugh at tradition as we go through life. We see most traditions as a way for companies to get more money under the guise that it just must be done, not that it need be. Engaged, we are going through each step of the wedding process and talking about it here with the same mindset. We are trying to give advice on how we saved money yet still got the stuff of our dreams to the best of our abilities. From the venue and the dress to the invitations and eventually the photos. This week, we dealt with the invitations.Why do it old fashion and "by the book" when technology could save you thousands?

The Wedding Dress.

In short, Wedding dresses should not cost as much as they do. If you know where to look, you might be able to get a steal like I did for something more "traditional." If not, who said you even need a white dress? Why not wear a sun dress or a cruise type formal dress? There are many things you can do with your dress after your wedding from get money back to make something new or even help someone. It's time to make weddings less consumerist and more celebration. It's time to make them about the couple and not about spending money. 

The Un-Copyright

Everything I have ever made is now uncopyrighted. I've given up control and released them into the world. They are in the domain of the public. What does this mean for you?  For you, this means you don't have to ask for my permission to use anything. Use my content (posts, images, books, music, whatever) however you want! Email it, share it, change it, add vulgar language, and reprint it with or without credit. It's all good. While I would still love attribution, and a lack of vulgar language, it's not required. Did you get a hold of any of my photography, books, or other sold items? Feel free to pass them out. I would love if you gave a starving artist some lunch money, but I won't be offended if you don't.