Wedding invitations are often one of the first things that come to mind when you begin to think about planning your nuptials, and they can set the whole theme of your day so it is important to select them carefully. With our comprehensive collection of invites and RSVP's you can choose the perfect stationery for your wedding. Want to be mysterious? Then choose from our generic wedding invitations to keep your theme more of a mystery. If you want to give guests a sneak peek instead, then choose from our themed invites that can tie directly into what you have planned for your wedding décor.
INVITES + RSVP'S GO HAND IN HAND
It is customary to include RSVP cards with wedding invitations to supply your guests with a method of responding. Not only do you then have a way of knowing who is attending your nuptials, but you also have a simple way to ensure you receive all the information from your guests that you need. Because of the ease of gathering information to plan your wedding, the RSVP has become a traditional inclusion with your wedding invitations. As for what you want to include on the RSVP, it is up to you. An RSVP can be quite simple with only your contact information followed by a space for guests to indicate if they are coming and if so, how many other guests they are bringing with them. They can also be more detailed to include things like a meal choice, the ages of the guests, or any allergies that you should be aware of. Sending these together with the invitation then is also a tradition as the longer you have to adjust for anyone with special needs that is coming to your wedding, the better you will be able to prepare for them.
THE ETIQUETTE OF WORDING
It is important that you carefully consider how you are going to go about wording your wedding invitation. Etiquette is very strict when it comes to who is hosting the wedding, and how you ask for your guests attendance. Before you go about choosing your wording, we suggest that you do some research on etiquette. We know that invitation etiquette can be rather confusing, so to help you narrow it down we have compiled the following list of details that you should find out before writing your invites. Who is paying for the wedding? Are both families going to be involved? Who will be hosting? Once you know these details, picking your wording will be much simpler!