Things were moving along smoothly. We'd picked our venue, our cantor, and our date. Now that we had some concrete details down, it was time to send out invitations. People usually spend A LOT of money on invitations. We considered them important, but not so important that we needed flowery, monogramed, bow-tied pieces of art. We needed something that reflected who we were, and that were cheap. We also decided not to do Save the Dates, something trendy that a lot of people are doing these days to let relatives and friends know ahead of time about the wedding. We figured that A) There wasn't enough time between the wedding and our engagement to do them (five months) and B) That word of mouth would spread faster and be more efficient. We turned out to be right and in the process probably saved at least $200.
Enjoy a Frugal Easter Celebration
From the Moolah Blog blog
Easter is a time of great joy and celebration. It?s a time of family get-togethers, gifts and lots of food. It?s also a time where family members dress up, and if you have children that often means buying them an Easter Sunday outfit. All of this, particularly so close to the Christmas and New Year?s [...]
Zaakpay, a digital payments startup has launched an ePayments service, which, at the moment, is more or less like an online money transfer, supporting only inter-bank payments. However, the company plans to extend it further and release an API, around June-end, so that e-commerce merchants can integrate it as a payment option. It also intends [...]
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