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Save The Date With BasicInvite.com

This post includes sponsored links. I have to tell you because that’s what honest people do :). Like always all opinions are 100% my own. I only work with brands I truly love and can recommend to you guys! 

I got the ring, I have the date, and I even have the dress! My wedding planning is going strong and honestly it has been so much more fun than I thought it would be. Also, my wedding is not until March 2020 but, It’s never too early to start all the planning. Think about it, why wait when you can get ahead of the game. One of the first things that come to mind after setting your wedding the date is ordering your Save The Dates. Most likely you will have an engagement shoot first, but in our case, we are using one of the photos from my proposal, so I am ready to order! After doing tons of research online, I stumbled across BasicInvite.com, and they won me over. Here are the three main reasons why:

1. So Many Options: There are tons of sites out there to create Save The Dates and invitations, but BasicInvite.com is one of the few websites that allows customers almost unlimited color options with instant previews online. Once you select a design, you can change the color of each element on the card to over 180 different color options. So, you can make sure the card is exactly how you want it – down to the littlest detail. This feature is perfect for people like me, who need tons of options.

2. Affordability: I want my Save The Dates to be beautiful and memorable without breaking the bank. After all, I still have SOOOO many other things to buy. BasicInvite.com lets you start from the most basic materials to the more glamorous, such as special paper or magnets. I had so many options compared to what other websites offer. We have a pretty big guest list, so I was able to stay within budget and get what I wanted.

3.Free Address Collection Service: This has to be my favorite feature! When I first started looking at save the dates and envelopes, I pictured myself sitting in my kitchen table addressing over 100 envelopes; then I saw BasicInvite.com has their free address collection service to request your addresses with just three simple steps. Share a link, collect addresses, and get free envelope printing. Goodbye tired hand 

Designing my Save the Dates was very easy due to all the great features they have. Since I know, you are a bit more curious about it. Here is a video I created to walk you to the process. Oh, and one last thing, for those Rose Gold lovers BasicInvite.com also just rolled out their new clear collection and seal & send invitations, and added rose gold to their foil line! You can stop screaming now !

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Be part of the movement to help end period poverty!

This post is sponsored by U by Kotex but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

It’s Monday morning, you are ready to conquer your work week, and your period decided to show up. You complain, you are annoyed but you go to your drawer and grab a period supply. Now imagine you didn’t have this option because you couldn’t afford it.

Unfortunately, 1 in 4 women has struggled to purchase period supplies products in the past year due to lack of income. That’s unacceptable, sad and something that needs awareness. I am joining forces with U Kotex® proud founding sponsor of The Alliance for Period Supplies. This new national organization (founded in May 2018) helps ensure that individuals in need have access to essential period products required to participate fully in daily life.

 

 

You can help make a difference! For every purchase of U by Kotex® U by Kotex®  will donate 2 products. Up to 5 million boxes! Plus U by Kotex has partnered with Walmart who is donating $25K to help end period poverty. So make sure you are shopping for U by Kotex® products at Walmart, especially the entire month of October. Remember you can always shop online to make things easier. And you can also donate here. Be part of the movement to help end period poverty.

Until Next Time LittleFinders