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Choosing Your Wedding Invitations
You have set the date and have completed the guest list, so what's next? Your next step is preparing your wedding invitations, printing them and mailing them out immediately. this should be done no later than three to four months before the wedding.
Who Receives an Invitation to Your Wedding
This is your special day; it's a moment of joy and happiness. Who would not want to share in this with you? Your wedding invitation will be much coveted; this is why you will want to create your list of invitees with great care.

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You have set the date and have completed the guest list, so what's next? Your next step is preparing your wedding invitations, printing them and mailing them out immediately. this should be done no later than three to four months before the wedding.

 
 

There are many organizations that provide a variety of samples for you to choose from.
 Deciding on a stationary really depends on your taste and the impression you would like to send out about your wedding, sophisticated, formal, fantasy, indoor, contemporary etc. There are a wide range of choices that will be presented to by your consultant or other with choices of paper, colors and styles. There are also ways in which to properly state wording for special or unique family situations. It may be important to know that the customs of your particular community may indicate different wording and placements on your invitations, for example, the inclusion of both sets of parents or the names of those in your wedding party. 
 
See "Tips on wording your invitations" for more info. Be sure to write the form out and bring it with you when you are going to place your orders. There may be a chance the stationary shop will not be familiar with it.
 
To ensure all your cards and placeholders are on the same uniform style, a good idea would be to order all your stationary at the same time. Order enough invitations at your initial order. Get extras to ensure that if need be you will not be faced with a situation which may require more expense and adding more inconvenience, this is a good idea too to have as keepsake mementoes of the occasion.
 
Some Other Enclosures to Consider:
 

  • RECEPTION CARDS
     
  • PRINTED DIRECTIONS/MAPS TO LOCATIONS
     
  • CEREMONY CARDS
     
  • RESPONSE CARDS (RSVP. With pre-paid stamped and addressed envelopes)
     
  • PEW CARDS (For an elaborated affair. Used as proof of invite)

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