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Wedding invitations should be mailed out at least six weeks prior to the wedding date. They should be ordered 10 -12 weeks prior to the wedding date to allow enough time to properly address them.
Other than friends, the groom’s family and the bride’s family, who should receive wedding invitations?
Send invitations to the members of the wedding party, their husbands, wives and parents. It is also appropriate to include your clergy member and his/her spouse. All children over the age of sixteen should receive their own invitations too. As a final note, plan to order an additional twenty-five invitations to allow for the unexpected.
If the groom’s family is co-host of the reception, what is the appropriate wording?
The invitation should read:
“Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Perkins
request the pleasure of your company at the wedding reception of Sheila Marie and Paul Patrick”. A separate invitation to the ceremony should be sent in the name of the bride’s parents.
Must a thank you note be sent if the couple thanks the gift giver verbally?
A thank you note should always be sent as soon as possible after receiving a gift. You may, however, send pre-printed “formals” during the hectic days before your wedding. These notes should be followed by personally written “informals” as soon as time permits.
Prices range from $25.00 and up depending on the style of invitation chosen and the quantity ordered. Please contact us to view a complete selection of wedding invitations.Send us your name and address to request a FREE brochure on “Helpful Hints for the Bride and Groom”. This brochure contains information you will find useful in planning a wedding, including a scheduler which determines the time frame needed to accomplish tasks on time.
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