Intro – Write an introduction that opens talking about how there are lots of things fighting for part of a wedding budget and that it can be a headache to get everything you want for the price you can afford. Transition into talking about the key is not to get exactly everything you want (maybe dropping because what they saved on Pinterest isn’t even realistic) but to get the things that will help you create an experience. Next, you can introduce the notion that wedding invitations help kick off that experience and that there are a ton of options out there. Finish your introduction saying that there are ways to get close to your ideal and stick to your budget at the same time. End your intro letting people know that you are going to help them figure out ways to do that by “learning more about the difference between custom wedding invitations and customizable wedding invitations to help you choose which option is right for you and your budget.”
Paragraph 1 – Custom Wedding Invitations
Paragraph 2 – Customizable Wedding Invitations
Paragraph 3 – Tips to Help You Choose
Closing and call to action – Close out the article with a sentiment that helps get people excited about finding either the right stationery designer or online option for their wedding invitations. You can include a CTA (call to action) that encourages them to reach out for personalized recommendations or link to a related article on your blog about wedding stationery or planning advice.
"Not only are they kind and professional, but they are so organized and into your vision for your wedding. Working with Union is honestly the least stressful part of my wedding."
- olivia, Bride
"Stephanie and Union Event Co are amazing."
- mckenzie, Bride
"I 100% recommend them to everyone that wants a company that is on their game, knows how to make a beautiful event, and takes all the worry and stress away."
"They really make your day your dream come true."