Date, time and location _ Traditionally on formal wedding invitations the numbers and time were spelled out e.g. "The fifteenth of April two thousand and fourteen at one thirty in the afternoon". The design of your wedding theme will dictate whether the numbers in the date and time are spelled out or left in numeric form. With modern wedding invitations the latter is becoming the norm. The location of the wedding ceremony follows the date and can appear before the time. The reception location then follows. An example of typical date, time and location layouts could be: St Oliver Plunket Church, Boora, Co. Offaly at 1ᛆ in the afternoonCelebrations to follow at Dooley's hotel Birr.or
Will you settle for a ready_made template? Or, will you create a specially_designed, customized wedding card? If you want to create something unique, then you must plan in advance _ at least 2ι months in advance. You can also consider ready_made wedding invitations templates, which are stocked by reputed wedding invitation printers. Will some wedding guests come from faraway places? If yes, send them a simple invite a couple of months in advance just to ensure that they do not make any plans around the time of your wedding. You can state in this plain Jane card that a formal wedding invitation will follow. Wedding invitations must include a booklet (that fits into a pocket) that lists a schedule of events. Such booklets help the guests know what's coming next at them. However, do not make this a very wordy affair _ you don't want the guest to keep flipping through the pages trying to find some find information while an important ceremony is going on.