In olden times the bride's parents paid for the wedding so the invitations would be issued by them, but now it could be the couple themselves or both sets of parents who are paying, so you'll need to agree between yourselves who is to issue the invitations.
The big day is approaching and you need to choose wedding invitations that make an impact on your guests. When friends and families receive your invitation in the mail, you want them to smile upon opening the envelope. A great invitation will stand out in their minds and prompt them to save the date. Guests will get excited about the event as the perfect wedding invitations should inspire such feelings. When designing your wedding invitations, define your wedding style. The invitation is the first glimpse of your wedding_to_be that guests will see. In addition to listing the location and time of the wedding, the invitation should give off subtle hints as to the formality of the event. If your event is formal and elegant, so should be your wedding invitations.