Yes, should you wish to have your invite worded in a certain way please send this over with your invite content. If preferred wording isn’t specified my standard invite wording will be used.
The essential information that is usually included is as follows:
Yes, you can add a photo to any of the designs for a one-off artwork fee of £10
Yes, you can use either of these pages for a one-off artwork fee of £10
Yes, the text on the inside of your invite can be chosen by you. If a font is not specified my chosen font will be used.
I suggest ordering one order of service card for each guest attending the ceremony, however one order of service for every two guests should be sufficient if you are on a tighter budget.
An RSVP card for your guests is a good way to encourage a quick response to ensure you get your numbers in good time (An RSVP is already included in a concertina invite as a detachable postcard with the return address on the reverse therefore no need for an envelope). An information card with details of the venue and accommodation in the surrounding area along with gift list details can be useful to your guests, particularly if they are coming from afar.
Yes, All envelopes are included in the price.
White, cream or brown recycled envelopes are available to choose from as standard. Should you want another colour please ask and I can quote you for these.
Yes all invites can be personalised. For more details please ask.
Yes of course, I am more than happy to do invites in other languages but I do not accept responsibility for any spelling or grammatical errors made in the original text supplied. The invites must be checked thoroughly by yourselves for any errors prior to printing.
Invitations are ideally sent out to guests 3-4 months prior to the wedding date to give guests enough notice, particularly if you have not sent out any Save the Dates.
Save the Dates are not essential but if your wedding is taking place at a busy time of the year, i.e. Summer or Christmas where your guests may plan holidays, it can be a good idea to advise them of your wedding date roughly a year in advance. If your wedding is abroad, then you may want to send them even sooner to give them plenty of time to save their pennies!
Yes, if children are invited then it is nice to include the children’s names when writing your invites but if you are unable to accommodate children at your wedding then it is polite to include a little line stating this.
Whilst it can be considered as impolite to include a Gift List in your wedding invitation it is very common to do so. Think carefully about the wording or perhaps include a nice poem.