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Sponsor Content: Become your own event planner

Sponsor Content: Become your own event planner

Whether you’re celebrating your golden anniversary, birthday party or family reunion, it's almost always a hassle. You have to organize everything, pick a caterer and create your guest list. Then, you have to get your invitations.

Invitations are often the finishing touch on your planning efforts, which means it's always a shock when you find out just how expensive they are. But did you know there's a cheaper, and easier, option?

Our sponsor, Epson, has a collection of cards and invitations that are perfect for any event you're planning.

Did you realize that Epson has an entire line of scrapbook products that are compatible with your printer? This means you can make every event extra special by creating customized cards.

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You can purchase these products from the Epson store directly, or from other retailers. This Bright White Paper, for example, can be found on Amazon.com for just $13, and delivered straight to your doorstep.

On the Epson website, project packages have also been created for you to choose from. These bundles include everything you'll need to create invitations, envelopes, reply cards and even thank you cards.

Know someone who's getting married? Try Epson's floral sets of invites, tags, cards and envelopes.

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With these sheets you can create elegant invitations and scrapbook projects.

After you throw the perfect party, you'll probably have several photos of captured memories you want to preserve. Epson has you covered there, too. Click here for three fun things you can do with your photos. Here's a hint: None of them involve picture frames.

If this article has inspired you to try your own customized project, click here for more information about Epson's Creative Zone.

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