Wedding Invitations


  For your special day … Beautiful Invitations

There’s still so much to do, but at least you’ve made the big decisions. You’ve settled on a date and time. Selected your wedding ceremony and reception sites. It’s time to start thinking about getting the word out to your guests.

You want to get your invitations in the mail 6-8 weeks in advance of your wedding date. That means you should schedule plenty of time in advance to order your invitations, announcements, enclosure cards and the rest of your stationery needs. Don’t forget you need to allocate time to address and stuff those envelopes too. That’s why recommends ordering invitations 4 months before your wedding date.

Whether your wedding is formal or casual, invitations set the tone for your wedding. They’re available in an array of different letterings, ink colors, foil and envelope linings. Here are some of this season’s latest designs to reflect your style and personality surrounding your special day.

Save-the-Date Cards
savethedate_b_over Guests appreciate an early announcement of the planned celebration through a Save-the-Date card (especially those who need to make travel arrangements).
You can also dress up a Save-the-Date by buying ornate envelopes. savethedate_a_over

Rehearsal Dinner Invitations

rehearsal_over The parents of the groom send this invitation as a formal way to invite the rehearsal dinner guests.
Wedding Invitations
This simple wedding invite is tucked inside a richly appointed inner envelope, suggesting an elegant affair. simpleinvite_over
Personalized Wedding InvitationsIf you want to carry a theme throughout your stationery needs, consider some of these ideas.Start by personalizing your wedding invitation with a personal photo of the just the two of you. (At left below is outside view of invitation; below right is the inside of the same invitation.)
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invitationsticker_over Seal the envelope with a sticker that has your names (or initials) on it.
When you write your thank you notes, use informals with your name or monograms on it. informals_over
Finishing Touches
linedenvelope_over This is brand new and innovative. Have your envelope lining personalized with your names or monograms.

To give your caterer a final headcount, you better include an RSVP card. 

placecards_over Placecards are mandatory for the Bridal Table, optional for the guest’s tables.
To tantalize your guest’s appetites, have a menu card placed on each table. menucard_over
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