"Is it okay to email my wedding invites?" Yep, and here's why it's awesome

The time to hem and haw about whether it's okay to email your wedding invitations is over. It's totally okay! Couples are aiming for more eco-friendly wedding choices and even your older relatives are probably even rocking smartphones or at least have internet access. The benefits of digital invitations are huge and you don't have to feel bad taking advantage of them.

Here are six reasons why online wedding invitations are awesome…

We're obsessing over fancy-pants metallic & foil invitations and save the dates

Minted now has new foil colors like ice blue, bronze, and black and are seriously spectacular for wedding invites and save the dates. I'm also fully obsessed with the glittery foils that come in gold and silver and give off major rainbow sparkly unicorn vibes. You'll see I chose to show a few of those in the save the date section. SO PRETTY.

Let's do some shopping for some sparkly, shiny, and now extra colorful foil wedding invitations and save the dates from one of our faves, Minted

Love is in the air with these hella romantic & quirky save-the-dates (that are 30% off right now!)

The early engagement and save-the-date phase is one of the most fun and ripe for the pickings in terms of save-the-date design. Speaking of… one of our favorite paperie vendors, Minted, is having a huge wedding sale with 15% off all wedding products (like invites, menus, programs, placecards, etc.!) and a whopping 30% off save-the-dates. A big ol' discount like that deserved a bit of a look-see…

How to avoid your email save-the-date going to spam

My partner and I decided to send out email save-the-dates instead of a physical card. I do, however, have a warning for you if you are planning on going the green route with your save-the-date by sending out electronic ones. If you send an email with an image, you may hit your guests' spam folders. Here are some pros and cons of going green with your save-the-dates and how you can avoid your save-the-date going to spam…