Designing Your Wedding Invitations

Planning your wedding is an exciting but long process. There is a lot to plan and do, and it can be easy to forget some of the smaller details. Checklists and wedding tips are great ways to help make your wedding planning a little easier. Read on to discover some tips for designing your wedding invitations.

Planning

The first step in designing your wedding invitations is to plan. You will need to choose the type and color of paper, as well as the font and color of the print and any adornments needed for a specific theme. Use this planning period to create a unique invitation your wedding guests will appreciate.

Creating

Once your wedding invitations are planned, it’s time to have them printed and assembled. Many times, printing companies will print the necessary information, but won’t assemble the finished product. In this case, you’ll receive the different parts to the wedding invitations and it will be up to you to put them together. Give yourself and the printing company you use enough time to complete this complicated process.

Sending

Sending your wedding invitations is the final step to the process. You’ll need appropriately sized envelopes, stamps and the addresses of the recipients. This can take a lot of time and effort, so plan accordingly. Return labels printed off with your wedding invitations can also help to expedite this process, making it easier to get your wedding invitations out on time.

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