Wedding etiquette is always important part to care throughout your wedding ceremony. At the first, wedding invitations will set the tone and style of your wedding, and these invitations also have tips about all the do’s and don’ts, before you seal them, stamp them and send them off.
_What You Should Do:
- Make sure that every guests name is spelt correctly.
- If someone hasn’t confirmed a week after your RSVP date, give them a call.
- Remember to include save-the-date postage when calculating your wedding budget.
- Follow up with a wedding invitation, which you should mail four to six weeks before the actual celebration.
- Do remember to put the hour of the ceremony. It also is an indication of the formality of the reception.
- Order about 15-20 more invitations than you think you will need. You are bound to make mistakes when you are filling them out.
_What You Should Not Do
- Give too much information about the wedding, stick to the basics.
- E-mail your save-the-date info.
- Send gift registry information. The only place to include that is with a shower invitation.
- Forget to put the dress code on the invitations.
- Don’t use abbreviations other than Mr. Mrs. Dr. and Jnr.
- Don’t use labels on invitations or their envelopes. Rather handwrite them.
- Don’t seal the envelopes and then write the names and addresses on the envelop, as it may leave indents on the invitation itself.
Very little detailed of them but can make a great difference. I mean your guests will feel you really care them so much. This is wedding invitation etiquette for you.