Important wedding invitations information

Written By Arman Zulhajar on Saturday, May 12, 2012 | 1:17 AM

By Carly Murray

Your wedding day is supposed to be one of the most special days of your life, but it would be nothing without people you love there to share it with you. This is why you need to send out wedding invitations.

Save the date cards should ideally be sent out some time before you send out your wedding invitations. This is to allow people to clear their calendars on your wedding date. Send out your save the date cards, containing the date of the wedding and the names of the bride and groom, as soon as you confirm your venue booking.

Onto the wedding invitations themselves, these should include all of the key information about your wedding. If you don't know what to include, think about the basic questions of who, what, when and where. However, you can probably leave out the why, as that will be obvious.

Along with the names of the bride and groom and the date of the wedding, you should also include the time of the wedding and the name and address of the wedding venue. Recipients will also need to know if their invite is for the ceremony, wedding breakfast and reception or just the latter.

Along with your wedding invitations you may want to enclose a couple of other things, such as a stamped and addressed RSVP card or envelope. If your wedding is being held in a far-off location, a few details about where to stay in the area and how to get to the wedding venue will also be welcome.

Choosing the design of your wedding invitations is the next thing to do, now that you have all of the important information included. Many couples choose to match their invitations to the colour scheme of their wedding, as well as to the style and design of their other wedding stationery.

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