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This simplistic style of invitation is perfect
for any wedding.
Opt for multiple information cards which sit neatly together to display all the information you need to tell your guests.
Having a smaller wedding? You may need only the main invite card and an RSVP.
Accommodation details, honeymoon poem, menu's... These can all be included in multiple layers of cards which are designed to sit perfectly together.
This style can be tied together with ribbon, twine or a personalised band.
The ultimate design for neatness, elegance and keeping all those special, important details together.
The gatefold design invitation is the choice for you if you don't want any loose cards and would like to keep all the wedding details neatly printed onto one piece.
Have a simple front which is sealed with ribbon or a wax seal, or opt for beautiful florals to compliment your colours and details.
For the evening invitations, the most popular choice is to go for a single card which matches the day design. However you may decide to have a full invitation suite for the evening especially if you need to provide details of accommodation or venue restrictions.
An RSVP card is always one couples can't decide whether to have for the evening invites. I always say, you know your guests, if you feel just putting a number or email on the invite won't appeal to everyone then opt for a tear off rsvp section.
A contemporary way to RSVP is to open a wedding website which you can have all the finer details on. Your guests can access this at any point which negates the hassle of sending out huge evening invites.
My advice for evening invitations is to keep them simple yet fabulous. Your evening reception is a very important part of the wedding day; it is where you get to really enjoy getting married and have a big celebration now the formalities are done. Often the evening invites are forgotten and left until last minute which is a shame, as they provide your guests with a real feel for your wedding day.a
Save the date's are a good idea for many reasons;
If you are booking your wedding far in advance, it's a great idea to send out save the dates to ensure the people you wish to be there keep the date free from holidays for example.
For guests living further away and need to travel, a save the date will give them plenty of time to plan their trip and book accommodation.
If your wedding date falls on a prime date in the year, for example in the summer holidays or on a bank holiday, these are key times people often plan trips / events, so again a save the date will give plenty of notice to keep your date free in their diary.
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