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Wedding Invitations

You may not think so, but choosing and mailing your wedding invitations is in fact a big and important task that must be planned well in advance. From making the guests list to deciding the theme, style, and mailing the invites, every detail matters to make your wedding day a perfect celebration.

Make sure to coordinate the wedding invitations task with your fiancée - you will not want to invite the people your fiancée dislikes, or miss those that are really important in each others life. Don't forget, Input from the parents comes in handy for the selection of guests.

From casual wedding invitations to engraved, elegant or unique wedding invites, wedding invitations and cards are available in many styles and designs. Some of them come with pre-printed envelopes with detailed directions to where the ceremony will be held, and some others including this information as an additional visit card-like.

If are having your wedding on a busy weekend, like a holiday, make sure to send save the date cards, so your guests know to keep your date free.

If you want to save on cost, you can make the invitations yourself rather than ordering from an invitation store with the valuable add-on of your personal touch.

The hardest part when creating your own designs is deciding how to word them, but taking in mind the place where the ceremony will be held, the style or theme of the wedding, and if it will be under different religious or traditional obligations you may come up with a general idea of the wording to use and do not forget that calligraphy may add to the touch of the beautiful writing.

Picking the right wedding invitations is not that difficult, simply select a style, a theme, and the colors. Find the right wording to use on them and add the details, such as the church or ceremony location, directions to arrive there, the reception location with its corresponding directions, plus any other information you want to add, if any.

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Wedding Invitations come with their own envelope, and most of the time with the return card, including a SASE (self-address stamped envelope). Order or make the invitations yourself with enough time in advance, because they must be sent 3 to 4 months before the ceremony.

Go bold and modern with the latest hot invitation colors:

 

 

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