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When Words Matter.

In working on invitations for our clients, and it occurred to us that most people don’t really know about invitation etiquette. So we worked with our good friends over at CW Designs to write up a little something to help…

A wedding invitation is typically the first contact your guests have with your nuptial event. The big day’s announcement sets the tone of the wedding and includes all the essential details guests need to know about your wedding. It’s likely something they’ll keep it handy up to the day of and even bring the invitation with them to the wedding itself. And it’s something you’ll probably keep forever, too. Some couples frame their invitation or make it part of their wedding day photos.

With so much behind an invitation, it’s important to choose words wisely, carefully consider the design, send them in a timely manner (6 – 8 weeks before the event is standard) and make your guests feel ready for the event.

To read the rest of the article complete with great examples of wording etiquette, please click here to head to CW Design’s blog…

Rachael Kissel

Rachael Kissel

Owner / Lead Planner

Deb Shaddox

Deb Shaddox

Lead Wedding Planner

Monique Provance

Monique Provance

Lead Wedding Planner

Dana Cliff

Dana Cliff

Lead Wedding Planner / Logistics Manager

Jessie Craig

Jessie Craig

Lead Wedding Planner

Elizabeth Michener

Elizabeth Michener

Lead Wedding Planner

Shannon Lepard

Shannon Lepard

Lead Wedding Planner

Kari Loth

Kari Loth

Lead Wedding Planner

Cindy McIntyre

Cindy McIntyre

Lead Wedding Planner