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Three Things to Consider When Designing Your Wedding Invitations

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Planning a wedding is a fun and exciting experience that comes with a lot of intricate details that must be taken into consideration. One area that often creates stress in the planning process is the design of the wedding invitations. The wedding invitations serve as the first glimpse guests will get into your wedding so that they have to be perfect. The guide below walks you through a few things to consider when designing your perfect wedding invitations.

Both Parties Should Have a Say

When wedding invitations are being designed, it is often the bride who makes the bulk of the decisions. It is important to remember that both the bride and groom are getting married and that he should have some say in the design process. Being flexible and willing to compromise is key in a relationship, and the design of the wedding invitations allows you to start practicing your compromising skills quickly and easily.

What Is Cute to You May Not Be to Your Guests

Many brides love glitter and confetti. Some choose to have glitter and confetti added to their invitations so that when the guests open them the confetti and glitter fly everywhere to make it seem as though a party has started. While this may seem like a good idea, it is important to consider that someone will have to clean up the mess from the tiny celebration after they open the invitation. It is best to keep the glitter to a minimum in wedding invitations.

Consider the Hustle and Bustle of Life

When you are adding RSVP cards to the guests, consider the hustle and bustle of their daily life. Many people do not have a ton of extra time on their hands, and if you want them to mail in an RSVP card to you, include a self-addressed, stamped envelope with the invitation as well. This will take away the hassle of going to get a stamp at the post office if people do not have them readily available.

When designing your invitations, be sure that they are easy to read and in a large enough font that no one has to squint to learn what date and time you are getting married. If you plan on having your wedding and reception at two different locations, consider including a map from the first location to the second location on the back on the invitations to make the drive easier for out-of-town guests.


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