Sorry, folks, but even in this virtual/digital world dominated by the iPhone, your wedding guests still expect to receive something in the mail before they plunk down cash for the Tiffany place setting you’ve registered for. Should be no big deal, right?
Well… as with all things wedding, it is easy, but only if you know what’s expected and how best to get it done. And as your trusted deliverer of the straight scoop, we’ve put together some GUIDElines to show you the way: Check out our new Questions to Ask When Ordering Your Wedding Invitations. In fact, we suggest you print it out and put it in your pretty wedding organizer file (you’ve got one of those, right?). And don’t miss the valuable companion piece, Useful Tips for Ordering Your Wedding Invitations. While you’re steeped in the minutiae of the invite, refer to our article Inviting Elements: Invitation Basics by Joyce Scardina Becker for help with details like proper wording on response cards. It also has some samples.
Now, get busy with your homework!
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