Personalize Your Wedding Invitations
Congratulations! You (or your loved ones) are getting married. If you’re looking at invitations, chances are you’ve already set the date. Most likely, you’re trying to decide what type of wedding you want. Will you invite everyone you know or keep it small and intimate? Do you want a formal, black tie event, a casual gathering on the beach or something in-between? Making these decisions first, will guide your stationary selection so that the invitation and correspondence you send, will appropriately reflect the day you’re planning. Wedding invitations should go in the mail 6 to 8 weeks prior to the big day.
Follow this frazzle-free timeline as a guide – remember, you always should do what works for you with the ultimate goal of getting invitations out no later than 6 weeks prior to your event…8 weeks is even better, especially if you have a lot of out of town guests who need to make travel arrangements.
Choosing Your Invitation
Style, theme, colors and budget are all critical considerations when choosing your invitation. Focus on your own personal style when browsing the wedding invitation category. If you and your fiancée have a casual home and lifestyle, you may not want a traditional, formal invitation. If you are on a tight budget, be willing to look at different invitation manufacturers; you will be able to find something that fits your budget if you are open to a range of possibilities.
On Invites Ink! choose from 1000s of styles from dozens of companies including the prestigious Carlson Craft. You’ll not only find the perfect wedding invitation, but Save the Date cards, Shower and Rehearsal Dinner invites and Calligraphy resources.
Many brides are baffled by the etiquette for wedding invitation wording. It’s not everyday we create a formal (or informal) wedding invitation! These days, there are many acceptable options, particularly since the family unit has changed; you may want to make reference to a deceased parent, have step parents or are looking for a more modern approach overall. Examples of invitation wording that references different scenarios are available on Invites Ink! Just go to Invitation Wording for suggestions.
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Heart to Heart – Pearl
A ring intertwines these pearl foil hearts together on this bright white invitation. Tiny blind embossed hearts add more to this romantic design. Your first names adorn the front of the invitation. Your guests will unlock the hearts to find out about your wedding day.
5 3/8″ x 7 3/4″ (Double Gate-Fold Invitation)
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A Touch of Rose
Soft, blooming roses adorn the base card of this layered invitation. A beautiful, satin ribbon holds the translucent overlay and base card together. Please indicate ribbon color.
5 1/2″ x 7 3/4″
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