Invitations

Things to Consider for DIY Wedding Invites

Weddings are bliss especially when you share your special day with the ones you love. However, before you go and exchange I dos, planning for your wedding is the first step and this is includes your wedding invites. It is quite natural for you to stick to the traditional wedding invites where they are more formal in design but if you are willing to take the design of your wedding invites to the next level, then you should think outside the box.

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Are Save the Dates Necessary for Your Wedding

Every bride dreads trying to figure out the proper way to navigate correct wedding etiquette. There are so many different rules and guidelines that it can often be frustrating and hard to know what to do next. Below is some information you can consider in order to determine whether save the dates are necessary for your particular situation.

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The Basic Rules of Wedding Invitations

Planning a wedding can be a hectic affair. Trying to remember everything that must be done and how you should do it can be not only time consuming, but may also feel close to impossible at times. Wedding invitations and the time line that they should follow often stump many couples and this results in invitations being sent out incorrectly, late or even much too early. Below are some basic rules that every couple should follow when it comes to invitations for their wedding.

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Basic Wedding Invitation Wording

In older days, all communication was written in formal language so writing wedding invitations were a simple task. In modern days it is important to use such decorum. Following are simple steps for writing one’s wedding invitations.

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Advantages and Disadvantages of Sending Online Invitations

With the economy in turmoil and so many people looking to save money and simplify their lives, it is no wonder that online wedding invitations are more popular than ever before. There are many advantages to using invitations that are sent to guests online and a few key disadvantages as well. If you have a wedding coming up and have been considering using this method to invite your guests, then the information below can help you make the best decision possible.

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The FAQs of Wedding Invitation Etiquette

Planning a wedding can be nerve wracking enough without the added hassle of trying to keep all of the rules straight. Invitations are probably one of the things that you must do when planning your special day that have the most rules and standards associated with them.

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Unique Wedding Invitations – Add a Personal Touch

We have all seen the traditional wedding invitations with their layers of envelopes and tiny tissue paper. However, what do you do if you want your wedding to be different? You could always start by coming up with unique wedding invitations that are one of a kind, and provide you with a way to personalize your big day from the very beginning.

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Party Invitations and Unique Invites

Finding unique invitation ideas for parties is not easy. Many major companies offers spin-offs on almost every wedding and party theme. However, with some patience and creativity you can develop your own personalized party or wedding invitations that will “wow” your guests.

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Chinese Wedding Invitations

Nowadays, there are different styles of wedding invitations. Indeed, wedding invitations are one of the “must items” for a wedding. It is used to announce the wedding and spread the joy and happiness of the couple. A well designed wedding invitation can give an unexpected impression to the guests. It is in fact marking the beginning of a wedding ceremony.

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Designing Announcements Cards

If you have to turn announcements into invitations the best idea is to use announcement cards. There are such cards available for every event you can think of from birthday and wedding announcements to baby shower announcements. There is no better way to inform all your colleagues and friends about any special event thats coming up. This way you can get the perfect celebration.

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Guide to Wedding Invitation Cards

A wedding invitation or a card is a simple letter asking the recipient to attend the wedding. These invitations are generally mailed out six to eight weeks before the finalized wedding date. So once you are engaged and the dates are planned for the various occasions, the next big step that follows is to decide upon the wedding invitations.

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How to Choose a Wedding Invitation Design

A beautifully scripted wedding invitation happens to turn on your invitees and they may feel compelled to attend your wedding. However a bad invitation may affect their decision on making a presence at your wedding. So you need to be equally attentive on invitation like other aspects of wedding.

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Save Money On Wedding Invitations

Inviting your possible guests on your wedding day can be costly. You have to give them traditional wedding cards to inform them of the date and venue, and possibly those cards are made of elegant or high quality papers and other materials that might cost a lot.

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Keeping Your Invitations Under Control

First, consider the many purposes of a wedding invitation. The wedding invitation is an expression of the couple’s personal style and can serve as a memento for family and friends to remember the wedding day. Most obvious is to announce the wedding and invitation to attend. Also important is the RSVP information, reply cards and other essential wedding details.

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Pros and Cons of Email Wedding Invitations

As the Internet’s many advantages have begun to permeate most every aspect of wedding planning, a single question has been popping up more and more: can I use the Internet for my wedding invitations? It’s an interesting idea, one with the potential to save a lot of time and money; however, one big question remains. Is it acceptable? Considering the potential benefits, it’s certainly a question worth asking, and some compelling arguments can be found on both sides.

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