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Make Certain That Your Wedding Invitations Achieve Their Goal

Posted January 17, 2012 by in Articles | No comments yet

You may be surprised by just how useful wedding invtitations can be. Not only are they stylish and expressive; they also serve a practical purpose. Clever brides and grooms can get many things done with just one invite; telling their guests almost everything that they need to know about their big day.

Venues and Timings

All wedding invitations should include the names of the bride and groom, venue details and what times the reception and evening party begins. Providing details on how to get to the venues and parking instruction can also help to avoid confusion on the day.

Suitable Attire

Where you would like your guests to conform to a certain dress code it is important to make them aware of it in your invitations. Many guests can be unsure of what to wear at a wedding and giving them some guidance early on is always appreciated.

Gift Information

If you have set up a gift list as a store then make sure you include this information. In the event that you are hoping for some money or for guests to choose their own presents, also make this clear.

RSVP Details

Well designed wedding invitations should serve two purposes. The first role is of course to give your guests all the important details. Their second role is to give the couple an idea of who they have invited will actually be attending. By including RSVP information, both you and the guests will know whether they are committed to showing up for the wedding ceremony and reception, saving you a lot of hassle later on.

Catering Choices

Gathering everyone’s food choices when offering multiple options can be daunting. It is a good idea to combine the catering option forms along with your invitations or your RSVP cards. Guests are then able to circle or tick off their relevant food choices, which can be returned to the couple and in turn passed on to the caterer.

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