When it comes to wedding invitations, you need to be a bit careful because the wedding invitation should include all the information yet at the same time should not be too wordy.Certain Dos andDon’ts that you must take care of are mentioned below
Plan enough time
Plan enough time in your schedule to carefully address, assemble, and send your invitations.
Do get organized
Develop a system for addressing and sending your invitations. Prepare by gathering the names and addresses of everyone on your guest list. Arrange each piece that goes into an invitation in a stack, in the order it will be picked up, assembled, and inserted into the envelope.
Do ask for help
Welcome friends, family members to help in sending invitations.
Do use correct titles
Titles and spelling names should be correct; it reveals the fact that you put effort in doing so.
Do proofread your invitation before sending
Make sure the language is consistent throughout your invitation. It’ll look awful is any guest discovers any spelling mistake so you should proofread your invitation before it is sent.
Don’t forget to attach Google map
with an invitation, enclose the Google map directions or hotel information for out-of-town guests.
Don’t use a standby guest list
When possible, invite your entire guest list at the same time rather than waiting to see how many people accept before sending out a second round of invitations. When the guest list is carefully planned, and when you consider the likelihood that 10-20 percent of invited guests typically send regrets, this approach is much more straightforward than using a standby list.
Don’t use address labels for wedding invitations
Always address wedding invitation envelopes by hand, even when inviting hundreds of guests.
Don’t: Include a list of food and beverage to be served
This is unnecessary on the invitation itself. If it’s important to you that people know what food and drink will be served, you can include an additional enclosure card with the menu.
Don’t Say ‘Adults Only’ or ‘No Children’
This is a tricky one. It really depends on the tone of conversation you want to set next time you’re talking to friends. You can address the invitation to only the parents, which implies the children aren’t invited.