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The Most Expensive Wedding Invitation Ever

Welcome to Wedding Wisdom! Every week, wedding planner Tami Smallwood-Brown, CEO of blush|WEDDING & EVENT PLANNING FIRM gives tips to help you plan your dream nuptials from engagement to “I do.” This week, Tami shares five of her favorite stationery trends.

Photo courtesy of Cellar Door Photography.

Photo courtesy of Cellar Door Photography.

Former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson and fiancée Jennifer Conrad recently sent wedding guests iPads in lieu of traditional wedding invitations. Yes, guests received the Apple tablet in the mail. According to TMZ, the tablets were pre-programmed with details about the Big Day, including a photo gallery, countdown and more.

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Photo Credit: TMZ

Retailing around $400 (plus the cost of programming and postage) the iPad wedding invitation is definitely a budget buster. If this expensive trend is not for you, check out five of my favorite wedding stationery trends that won’t break the bank:

Monochromatic Neutrals

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Bliss & Bone, Signature Collection, available at BlissandBone.com

 

Lace

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Bliss & Bone, Effloresce Collection, available at BlissandBone.com

 

Metallics

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Flair Necessities, Glitter Glam Collection, available at Etsy.com/shop/FlairNecessities

 

Black and White

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CECI New York, Classic Collection available at CECINewYork.com

 

Rustic

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Ameila St. Studio, Custom Design available at Amelia St. Studio

YOUR TURN: What’s your favorite stationery trend? Let us know in the comments!