Photo Wedding Invitations
There’s nothing better than making the walk down the aisle to marry the love of your life. A wedding ceremony is a special time that brings two families together, bound by love. There are many themes you can choose from for your wedding such as Boho, traditional, vintage, rustic, and more. The theme you choose for the ceremony carries through for everything related to your wedding. This means the ceremony, dress style, and even the invitations. Regardless of which style you choose, it’s a great idea to incorporate a photo of the couple on the wedding invitation.
Personalized Photo Wedding Invitations
A wedding ceremony is usually unique to each couple. So, there’s no reason your wedding invitations shouldn’t be also. Personalized invitations allow you to create an invitation that’s one of a kind. We offer a full range of wedding invitation suites. Each is created by an individual designer or artist, so they are tasteful and professional.
After choosing the perfect template you can use our free editor that allows you to modify all aspects of the wedding invitation. This means you can change everything about the font, move around the design elements, and add a special photo that symbolizes your love. Once you’ve created the perfect photo wedding invitation you have a few options on how to receive them. You can either order professionally printed copies directly from our site, or you can download them in PDF, PNG, or JPG format for printing at home. If you choose to download them to your computer you can also send them digitally through email or text messaging.
Wedding Invitation Proper Etiquette
It’s common to want everything perfect during wedding preparations, and this includes having proper wording and the correct information on the invitations. When it comes to the wording you should use formal language and avoid abbreviations. This means spelling out names and even numbers completely. The most important thing is including the correct information. You should always include the date, venue location, starting time, RSVP information, attire requirements, and if it’s appropriate to bring a “plus one”. Also, be sure to include if there will be a reception to follow.
It’s a great idea to make sure guests have plenty of time to plan on attending. To ensure this is the case, send invitations out between six and eight weeks before the day of the ceremony. This time span allows time for the invitations to arrive and also time for guests to request off work or make necessary travel arrangements.
It’s polite to include a stamp on the RSVP envelope and it encourages people to actually send them back. You should leave off wedding registry information as this can be viewed as tacky to some. Instead, you can include a link to your wedding website, and they should be able to find your registry information there.
If you still have questions about our custom photo wedding invitations, please contact us today. We are always available and happy to assist with any questions or concerns you may have!