Wedding Dilemmas-Invitation wording
Deciding on your wedding stationery can be a difficult task, ideally you should choose it six months before your wedding date, allowing plenty of time to organise numbers, printing, delivery, addressing envelopes and posting them around12 weeks before your wedding. There are a few things to consider when deciding on your wedding stationary:
What type of stationery will reflect your wedding style? Will you incorporate your colour theme?
How should invitations be worded? Formal or informal?
What other stationery do you need? Save the date, RSVP cards, table cards, menus, thank you cards etc
What’s your budget? Wedding invitation specialist or DIY?
Who receives and invitation? One per couple? One per guest?
Wedding Invitation wording is just as important as the invitation itself. Make sure you double and triple check the wording to make sure you have included
- All of the names of the hosts
- The correct dates and times
- The correct address
- Remember to check the spelling of your guests names
- Correct RSVP details
The “traditional” wedding invitation should include the following:
Separate Cards for the reception and reply
Suit black tie event
Tip: If the groom’s parents are sharing expenses, both sets of parents can act as hosts, with the bride’s listed first.