Texas Blogger, Kiss My Tulle, is sharing advice regarding the first bit of your wedding’s stationery: the save-the-dates. Common save-the-date answers.
One of my favorite parts about planning my $5,000 wedding was picking out the wedding stationery! From the save the dates to the invitations to the RSVPs, I LOVED picking out the colors, fonts, and design for my wedding suite. To me, the wedding stationery gave my guests a peek at what to expect at the wedding (Will it be colorful and bright? Elegant and chic? Or filled with handmade touches?). For many couples, the wedding stationery is a really special touch for their big day. But, it can be stressful to pick out just the right suite for their needs. Well, that’s the awesome thing about wedding stationery from Wedding Paper Divas – picking out and customizing stationery is SO easy and really fun. I love how easy Wedding Paper Divas makes finding wedding stationery!
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Y’all know that I am a huge fan of designing and ordering your wedding invitations online – so much so that I did it for my wedding! And I’m SO excited to showcase an amazing company who allows you to completely customize our cards to suit your wedding’s theme and style. Basic Invite has such an amazing selection of wedding stationery and they work with artists from around the globe to source trendy, fully customizable designs plus, every single card comes in every color combination possible!
Need some wonderful and unique wedding invitations? Hoping for something special that doesn’t cost a million dollars? Or maybe you’re looking for customized invites that don’t break the bank? If any of these options appeal to you then check out my suggestions for the best wedding invitations on etsy:
Save-the-dates. They’re not required for a wedding but they’re a nice touch. This little bits of paper act are like the foreword of a book or the opening act of your wedding. They introduce your future guests to the idea of your wedding, give a little sneak peek of the theme, and offer basic information on the where and when (for planning purposes). But what to include? Well, allow me to show you the only 5 things that need to be on your save-the-dates:
RSVPs. They’re the dirty word of weddings. Everyone hates them – the guests, the couple, the planner. No one EVER gets all the RSVPs back (in fact, if you’re lucky, you’ll get 30% back – maybe) and it’s frustrating. But more frustrating is when you DO get them back and people haven’t filled them in properly. So, as a public service announcement for the wedding guests, here’s how to fill out an RSVP:
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Those of you who have followed my wedding planning from the beginning know that I wanted to have something tangible and lasting AFTER the whole shebang was over (I mean, next to a kick ass husband). Sure, we have gorgeous photos and a couple of little bits of decor smattered around the house but I really wanted something sentimental and personal to look at and love long after our vows. Finally, I settled on a wedding quilt.
It gets overwhelming to write those notes and try to make each one special. But how to accomplish that? Simple. Create a fill-in-the-blank template and fill it in Mad-Libs style (in your own handwriting!).
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