Choosing wedding invitations

Choosing wedding invitations

In continuation we are going to mention how to choose wedding invitations:

  1. Pick up a date for the wedding reception and for the wedding ceremony 
  2. Chose if you want to have a formal or informal wedding 
  3. Define the number of guests 
  4. Decide on the visual identity and the type of invitations you are going to send 
  5. When buying the invitation cards ask for samples 
  6. Where you can look for invitation cards: Present Shops, Stationer’s Shops, Printing Offices
  7. Order your invitations 2 or 3 months before the wedding; it is recommended to order between 10 or 15% more invitations then there are guest 
  8. Send the invitations between 6 and 8 weeks before the wedding

Honeymoon packing checklist

Before you reserve a place for the wedding reception and the services of the restaurant which all depend on the number of guests, obviously it is necessary to make a list and think about how to invite the guests. In situations where the church and the restaurant have a limited capacity, the most important segment when planning a wedding is to define the number of guests.

  1. Paperwork (essential to include with carry-on luggage): 
    Airline tickets 
    Reservation information (hotel, rental car, etc) 
    Travel itinerary 
    Passport 
    Traveler?s checks 
    Emergency phone numbers 
  2. Carry-On Luggage Essentials: 
    Medication 
    Underwear, nightwear, and one change of clothing (in case luggage is lost) 
    Wallet/purse 
    Medication 
    Hand wipes 
    Kleenex 
    Keys for luggage, car, and house 
  3. Clothing: 
    Underwear 
    Shoes 
    Socks/nylons 
    Shirts/blouses 
    Jeans/pants/sweatpants 
    Sweaters/sweatshirts 
    Swimwear 
    Suits/ties or dresses/scarves 
    Belts 
    Jewelry 
    Raincoat/umbrella 
    Coat/jacket 
    Hat 
    Gloves 
    Nightwear 
  4. Toiletries: 
    Makeup 
    Shampoo and conditioner 
    Razors and shaving cream 
    Lotion 
    Brush/comb 
    Toothpaste/toothbrush/floss 
    Manicure set (nail file, nail clipper) 
    Soap 
    Deodorant 
    Over-the-counter medication (aspirin, etc.) 
    Contacts and contact solution 
    Sun block 
    After sun lotion 
    Insect repellent 
    Feminine hygiene products 
    Hair dryer 
    Curling iron
  5. Miscellaneous: 
    Iron 
    Camera and film/batteries 
    Eye glasses and repair kit 
    Sun glasses 
    Alarm clock 
    Snack food 
    Binoculars 
    First aid kit 
    Maps 
    Magazines/books

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