Top 5 Wedding Invitation Tips


I spend a lot of time looking at wedding invitations. If you don’t know me, you might think I’m a wedding fanatic, but I’m not. I’m not married and I don’t plan to get married anytime soon. I love invitations, especially printed ones, but I love them anyway. I have been working in the custom printing business for about 12 years. All I knew was a wedding invitation. Hopefully one day this will be the easiest part of my wedding planning process, but for now, I thought I’d share my top 5 tips for wedding invitation suites.

1. Don’t wait

it’s big. Invitations should be ordered at least 4 months before the wedding, but the sooner the better! We recommend buffering for at least a month to order, proofread, print and send the invitations. More weddings in 2021 and 2022 are more important than ever. Postponed weddings to 2020 due to COVID-19 have also caused an influx of weddings in 2021. Add to that staff cuts from the 2020 sales slowdown, which has led to fewer people doing more. We are lucky that Wish N Wed has a great vendor that provides information on delays and thankfully we haven’t seen too many. However, this also applies to ordering Christmas cards and gifts. Do not Wait!

2. Separate your invitation set

A wedding involves many elements. A typical list of requested items includes data storage, wedding invitations, reception cards, RSVP cards, detail cards, menus, programs, escort cards, and table numbers. My suggestion would be to split this into three separate commands. Order

1: Save the date, Order

2: Wedding invitations and accompanying cards, Order

3: Date ingredients. It may sound more complicated, but it actually reduces the pressure.

When you order your Save the Date, you may not have all the information you need to complete the details and RSVP information that comes with your wedding invitation. Similarly, when ordering wedding invitations, you may not have all the details of the wedding program or menu. Instead of rushing through everything at once, break it up into parts. You’ll pay more for shipping, but you’ll be able to stick to the schedule. The last thing I want to do is wait until I get the menu details and send the invitation two months late.

3. Use budget wisely

It may seem like a good idea, but it trains a lot of customers. When it comes to invitation budgets, there has to be a priority, and the priority has to be the invitation itself. A large part of the budget should be spent here. It’s the perfect piece for what your wedding day will look like and one that you and your family will cherish for years to come. If you want to show off, this is where you get it. Don’t worry about the answer card. It will be back in the mail anyway. Let your calling shine (literally and figuratively). You will not regret it.

4. Respect the officiant 

You will be invited by the person with the wedding invitation to the wedding, and you must write it down. If the parents are paying for the wedding, they will invite guests and their names should appear on the wedding invitation. “Uncle and Mme. John Doe invites you to his daughter’s wedding… “If you and your husband are getting married, start with your name. “Family” refers to the various parties hosting the event. , must be used for payment. Obviously, there are exceptions to every rule, but in general, if someone is specifically hosting an event, you should mention it in the invitation itself.

5. Don’t worry about matching

When I started working on wedding invitations, I focused on matching the colour of the invitation to the bride’s dress. It’s easy to fall into the trap of wanting everything to match. However, beware of the additional stress this can cause. Invitations are the first impression of a wedding, but they are only one part of the whole event and they are throughout the day. At any wedding, I want to tell the bridesmaids that a red dress is not suitable for a wedding invitation. I tell you to get lost when you meet them. To be honest, today is not a colour-matching day, but a day to celebrate the newlyweds.

Most importantly, remember that a wedding is a celebration. Do your best not to add unnecessary stress. When it comes to invitations, we work with you to make sure you get exactly what you want and need. We have trained staff to support and guide you through the entire process. Our goal is to make you happy, and that should be your goal.

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