Planning an event is fun for me, but I’ve recently seen first hand how stressful it can be for some! A dear friend is planning her wedding and it seems to be causing some serious anxiety for her. Of course, I’ll help as much as I can. There was a twinge of guilt when I had to admit that I didn’t plan my own wedding, My Uncle, whom I’ve worked with in helping other brides with their day, did all of the arranging and planning for our wedding. I was and still am very grateful! If you live in Arkansas, or want to have the best for your wedding, check out this wedding & event planner! I assure you, you would not be disappointed! What I did do, completely on my own, is our wedding invitations. This just so happens to be what my friend is battling at the moment. So, like any good
matron of honor, I thought I’d do some research for her. What kind of blogger would I be if I didn’t share with you as well?
Basic Invites has a selection worth looking into! Not only do they have beautiful custom wedding invitations, they also have photo, graduation and party invitations, and for after: collage thank you cards that are out of this world perfect! I love that they have both foil and non-foil cards as well as SO many different colors and a ton (over 40) of colored envelopes! They are truly gorgeous and I wish I’d known of them when we got married! Fortunately, I know of them now and will be using them in the future! While there won’t be another wedding, there will be plenty of other events! With graduation coming up, I think they’ll come in handy soon! I have yet another niece who insists on growing up and graduating soon. Plus the first will be getting married in the next couple of years.
Anyone planning an event has no doubt started with making a list of attendees and collecting addresses. This is definitely the perfect first step for invitations! If you don’t want to fill them all out yourself, Basic Invites also has a service that will address your invitations for you when you share a link on social media or via email so that all you have to do is collect the addresses for the recipients and let them do the work! For Christmas cards, there is no cost to use that service!
When to Mail out Event Invitations:
Bridal Shower 2-4 weeks prio
Bridal showers are traditionally hosted by the Matron of Honor, not family, and should be held 2 months in prior to the big day.
Save the Date Cards: 3-4 months prior
Save the Date cards simply require name of event, date, and (if you have one) URL to event page, stating ‘invitation to follow’
Wedding Invitations: 6-8 weeks prior
RSVP Requests: 2-3 weeks prior
Free Wedding & Party Resources:
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Originally posted 2018-02-23 11:09:19.