After months of planning, the big day is finally here! But wait...no one is there to see it. What happened? You forgot to send out invitations! Don't worry, this won't happen to you as long as you contact one of these Wedding Invitation providers. The first visual guests will see of your wedding are your save the date cards and wedding invitations. They are an expression of your personal style and the formality of the event. So break out the calligraphy pens, start licking those envelopes, and catch that mail man!
Wedding Invitations are perhaps the most important part of the wedding. Forget the dresses, tuxes, flowers, and food - it doesn't do a whole lot of good if no one is there to see it all! The look and feel of your wedding should be reflected on the invitations. Whether you prefer an elegant traditional wedding invitation or a funky modern wedding invitation, GigSalad will help connect you with wedding invitations that express the style of your special day.
Some things to consider when designing, preparing, and sending your wedding invitations. First, as you design the invitations you wanna make sure to include all important details. Such details include: names of the couple to be wed, parent's names (if desired), location, date, time, and dress requirements. Second, you want to make sure you properly prepare the invitations. Formal invitations generally include an outer envelope, inner envelope, invitation, reception details, directions card, response card, and self stamped envelope. The inner envelope is not sealed and contains all of the components of the invitation. The directions card is for the convenience of the guests, and it is common to include a map. If your wedding and/or reception requires an RSVP, it is common to include a self-addressed stamped envelope to encourage your guests to reply. Last, make sure you get them sent out in a timely matter. Invitations should be mailed six weeks before the wedding. Sending out save the date cards four months before a wedding is very standard. Consider matching your wedding invitations to your save the date cards, thank you cards, and other wedding stationary.