Inspired!Chic!: Cheap DIY: Invitations

Tuesday, 21 September 2010

Say yes to the dress or be my bridesmaid!
So you know that event invitation on Facebook, the one where you cringe if only 7 people (of the 100 you invited for your wedding) say they "may be attending"? Yes that one!

Well, here's a chic and (better still) cheap idea for you. Sending out evites, Save-the -Date information, a pre-wedding party invite or Asoebi details? PINGG is a great, DIY way of doing all these in an economical yet fashionable way. Pinng lets you send beautiful, free, online invitations.

The designs on here are so fresh and customizable that chances of two people within your circles using the exact,same design are rare.You can email it, send a link,share it on Facebook,print it or post it (if you live in the States). At the end of the day, chances are that you aren't sending those expensive paper invitations to your friends(thanks mom!) anyway.  With Pingg, you  send as many 'copies' of that decadent, luxurious invitation as you want, something you would think twice about if they were hard copies, truth be told.

Chances also are  that if you are reading this, then most of your friends have internet access, so this is a great way of keeping all your friends informed.So have fun designing your Pingg card, reducing your carbon footprint on the paper you save(um, ok!) and manage your guestlists. Generally, just sign up, have fun and save money stylishly.

You heard it here first-


Torera,  23 September 2010 at 12:04  

I'm sold!! thanks for sharing this, will use it for our wedding evites, wedding's in Nov. so perfect timing!

Anonymous,  1 October 2010 at 16:06  

good enough to use for a business too.

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