Wording for Your Wedding Invitation
These days, wording on wedding invitations can span the gamut. You can choose to have traditional wording or you can go with a more casual text. But whatever you choose to do, be sure your wording has the same look and feel as your invitation suite design.
If you would like more information regarding wedding invitations and some creative help, download our helpful “Sample Text for Wedding Invitations”. If you find yourself still in need of assistance, give me a call. I’d be happy to help you.
Your Wedding Plan Checklist
Planning the perfect wedding can seem complicated and overwhelming. If a wedding planner isn’t in your budget, it’s essential to have a checklist to help you stay on track.
Download our Wedding Plan Checklist to help you stay organized. Since no two weddings are exactly alike, you can add items you don’t find on the list that you want to keep track of, and you can ignore any items that don’t pertain to your special day.
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Questions I am Frequently Asked
Q: Is it possible to add or subtract lines of text on an invitation or announcement other than what is shown?
A: Yes. The best way to let me know what changes you want is to write a message in the “Special Request” box. If I have questions, I’ll contact you for clarity before sending you your proof.
Q: Can I get this invitation in a different color?
A: Often, yes. It depends on the design. Please contact me and I can help you.
Q: Do you do custom work?
A: Yes! I would love to help you with a custom invitation, announcement or greeting card. Contact me.
Q: When should invitations be mailed?
A: For Weddings – at least 2 months before, preferably 3-4 months before . For other special events: at least 1 month before.
Q: When should I order my wedding invitations?
A: At least 4 months before your wedding date, 6 months would be preferable, to give plenty of time for design revisions & addressing. If you are having custom invitations made, at least 6 months before your wedding date is preferable.