How to Put Wedding Invitations Together

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Wedding invitations are a way to announce a very special event. We often want our closest friends and family to be there to help celebrate with us. The article below will help teach you how to put your wedding invitations together.

Things You'll Need

  • Stationery
  • Envelopes
  • Pen
  • Guest List
  • Planning List
  • Stamps
  • Jot down a list of all the people you want to invite to your wedding. Include on that list each person who has made a special contribution towards your wedding, such as the wedding party, wedding planner, preacher or other helpers.

  • Address the invitations crediting the people who are paying for it. If the bride's family were paying for the wedding, the invitation would read something like this:Mr. and Mrs. Steven Preston request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter, Sarah Elizabeth, to Jonathan Robert Lumberton on Sunday, the sixteenth of June, two thousand and eight, at seven o'clock at the Sacred Heart Church of Mary, in Nashville, Tennessee.

  • However, if the groom's family were paying for the wedding it would read something like this:Mr. and Mrs. William Lumberton request the honor of your presence at the marriage of Miss Sarah Elizabeth, to their son Jonathan Robert Lumberton on Sunday, the sixteenth of June, two thousand and eight, at seven o'clock at the Sacred Heart Church of Mary, in Nashville, Tennessee.

  • Feature both the bride's and groom's parents if they both foot the bill. In that case, the wedding invitation would read like this:Mr. and Mrs. Steven Preston and Mr. and Mrs. William Lumberton request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their children Sarah Elizabeth and Jonathan Robert, on Sunday, the sixteenth of June, two thousand and eight, at seven o'clock at the Sacred Heart Church of Mary, in Nashville, Tennessee.

  • Include a map with all of the important contact information: name of contact person, her cell phone number and the address of the church and the reception. Include phone numbers for each place.

  • Use a good printing company to print your invitations. Another option is to print your invitations on a high-quality printer or ask a friend to do so for a reasonable fee.

  • Inquire about the fee needed for the printing company to mail your invitations for you.

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