4 Wedding Invitation Mistakes to Avoid

Before you send you invitations to the printer make sure you double check for the following:

Check to make sure everything is spelled correctly. Correct spelling of names, addresses of ceremony and reception sites, and the correct date and time.

References to alcohol service aren’t included, although menu choices may be listed on reply cards if you are having a plated option.

Do not write “Adults only” or “No Children” on the invitation. If you are not having children at your wedding, then simply don’t list their names on the inner envelope (or outer, if there is only one envelope) of their parents’ invitation.

Don’t use stick-on labels to address your invitations. Instead, plan ahead to hand-address your invitations, or hire a calligrapher. Check out one of our recommended vendors, Blu3 Designs, who does amazing design and calligraphy work.

Until Next Time,


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