Congratulations on your engagement! Now, it's time to share your joy with family and friends. Move beyond carrier pigeons and phone trees to announce your upcoming wedding weekend in style. Yes, it's a weekend-long celebration, not just a single day!
Instead of relying on rock, paper, scissors to make decisions about your wedding invitations, consider a more elegant solution. Let's explore the art of crafting the perfect save the date and invitation suite.
To kick things off, send out "Save the Date" cards. These cards typically feature a delightful engagement photo of you and your partner, the wedding date, and the event's location, including city, state, and country if applicable.
Your invitation suite sets the stage for your wedding's ambiance. It should reflect your unique style as a couple and align with the wedding theme. Whether it's an ultra-formal affair or a casual celebration, your invitation should tell your story.
With countless styles, shapes, paper types, fonts, and accessories at your disposal, crafting a personalized invitation suite is an exciting journey. Collaborate with a skilled stationer referred by your wedding planner to create something truly special. Get started on your invitation adventure by exploring these links:
Your wedding invitation sets the tone for your special day. To create it, you'll likely compare and merge four different guest lists: one from the couple and another from each set of parents.
Remember, an invitation implies a gift-giving obligation and is typically reserved for close family and friends. On the other hand, announcements are sent after the wedding to business associates and acquaintances.
While each invitation is unique, they all share six key elements:
If the thought of leaving wedding decisions to chance doesn't sit well with you, let's talk. I can be your advocate, guiding you through the planning process and ensuring a seamless wedding weekend. Click on "SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION" to discuss your needs and how I can assist you in making your dream wedding a reality.