Who would have thought choosing and ordering the right wedding invitations would be so complicated?
We've got expert advice and ideas to help you select the perfect wedding stationery suite.
Wedding thank-you notes take mere minutes to write, but can mean the world to your guests. But what's the traditional etiquette for thank-you notes, and the best timeline for sending them out? Read on, friend. We've got the scoop on sending out your thank-you notes in a timely (and personalized!) manner.
I’m a lover of all things DIY, and a graphic designer with a teensy addiction to paper crafting. And I’m also a bride, so naturally I’m incorporating my obsession into my wedding details. Here's the creative DIY way we asked our bridesmaids and groomsmen to stand up with us at our wedding.
Your wedding invitations are more than just functional; they're a formal announcement of your intentions. Since you're going to use the U.S. Post Office to send out your invitations, thank-you notes and sundry other correspondence, why not get creative with it? That's where custom wedding postage stamps come into play—complete with your photos!
A glossary of common printing terms you may encounter as you research wedding invitation options. The more you know, the easier it will be to pick the perfect wedding invitation suite for you!
Traditional rehearsal dinner etiquette dictates that the groom’s parents foot the bill because it’s the way for the groom’s mother to show that she knows how to entertain, too. But as more and more couples choose to pay for their own wedding or share the expenses between both families, the bottom line is you get to decide who shoulders the awesome pre-wedding party responsibility.
Nothing sets the tone for an event like an impeccably designed wedding invitation. Bring this list of must-ask questions to the stationery boutique or graphic designer you're considering to ensure that no detail is left unaddressed (no pun intended).