Save 50% on Wedding Invitations This Cyber Monday


Sweet deals on stationery, jewelry, and DIY flowers from APW wedding vendors

by Keriann Kohler, Advertising Manager

Sure. Technically ’tis the season for holiday giving. But it also happens to be a great season to get a deal on wedding-related items, and you know that come January, when all the decorations are put away and all the cookies are eaten… you’ll be really glad that you saved some money on your wedding.

So today we’ve rounded up some Cyber Monday–worthy deals on stationery, jewelry, and a super fun DIY floral workshop from a few of our favorite weddings vendors. So go ahead, check something off your wedding to-do list and keep some extra cash in your pocket for holiday gifts—or you know, a nice treat for yourself.

STATIONeRYMoody and romantic floral wedding invitation with black background Dark teal and white floral botanical stationery suite

who: PRINTABLE PRESS  

what: Longtime APW fave Printable Press is offering 25% off all of their printable and printed stationery, from save the dates to invitations suites and more, plus free shipping. Just use the code PPBLACKMONDAY from November 27–November 29, 2017.

bright and modern botanical invite

WHO: E.m.papers 

what: 50% off any and all e.m.papers DIY wedding printables. That includes every paper item required before, during, and after your wedding—from the save the dates, invitations, and response cards to menus, table numbers, ceremony programs, and thank you notes, including sets and kits too. Changes can be made by ordering add-ons, and those are 50% off too!

And remember, you can “try before you buy,” just click the link under the “Try It Out First” text in the product listing to get a PDF to download and open in Adobe Reader, where you can play around and see if you like the design and if the template works with your wording.

The code is APW, and the offer is good for forty-eight hours, from Monday, November 27, 2017 to the end of day Tuesday, November 28, 2017.

JEWELRYthin silver bangle

who: ashton hilton jewellery 

what: 15% off their brand-new bangle collection until November 30, 2017. Siggy and Ash have worked and worked to create the perfect bangles, simple yet really considered. They’re super comfy, and the proportions are spot on. They start at $95 USD for recycled sterling silver and are handmade with love in their little workshop in New Zealand.

gold wedding bands on leather pillow with woman in work smock out of focus in the background

who: WITH THESE RINGS  

what: With These Rings is offering a 10% discount on their ring making workshops to APW couples who schedule their visit before the end of the year or on their super-affordable collection of bands available online (sterling silver styles start at less than $100!). Workshop can be scheduled for 2017 or 2018 as long as they’re booked before January 1, 2018—just mention this promotion when you reach out to Stephanie! Made-to-order rings can be purchased using the code APW10 before January 1st.

who: Luana Coonen

what: Bay Area–based Luana is offering 25% off during a site-wide sale in December 2017. Ten percent of the proceeds will go to North Bay Fire Relief Funds.

DIY FLOWERS

woman arranging red, green, and white garland in workshop

who: Sibyl sophia  

what: A Winter Garland Workshop in Los Angeles, California.

Join florist Sophie Ballmer of Sibyl Sophia Floral Design and host Annette Turner of Bring Something to the Party for a fun evening of garlands and wine. At the end of the workshop, you will have made a beautiful winter garland for your holiday decor. $5 off for the first three APW readers to sign up with the code APW. See here for all the details.

Happy Cyber Monday! Go forth and shop… or really, save!

Keriann Kohler

After spending her formative years in a monastic pursuit to become a professional ballet dancer, Keriann has since embarked on a mission to make up for lost time by doing All The Things. A reader since way back, the APW community has taught her wanderlusting, commitment-phobic self that while exploration is good for life experience, marriage isn’t so bad for a relationship, and she’s been happily married since 2011.

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