Plan ahead, order early. _ It's good to start early when choosing wedding invitations. You and your partner will need time to research and discuss the various choices available for your invitations. If you look early enough, you may even have time to request samples from various companies. Ordering your wedding invitations at least 6 months in advance will give you a cushion of time to allow for printing of the invitations and correction of any errors that may occur in printing. You also need to account for the time it takes to assemble your invitations and mailing them out to give sufficient time for a response. Plan on ordering 20 to 25 extra invitations in case they are needed because of mistakes in addressing the invitations or if you find you need to add additional guests to the list.
Ensure that your marriage invitation's style is carefully chosen. Many styles like traditional, formal, casual, engraved/old_style, modern, photo, etc., are available with reliable invitation makers. So, choose your style wisely. For example: If you are having a whimsical wedding, you cannot choose an engraved wedding invitation style _ you should choose a casual style for such weddings. What quality of paper will you use? Remember, your wedding is a very special day and therefore you must choose very high_quality paper. Let your marriage invitation ooze with style and substance. Include a menu card and a return envelope into your wedding invitation. You must know well in advance about your guests' dietary preferences. Regardless of whether you make your own wedding invitations or have these printed professionally the wording for wedding invitations is very important. The wedding invitation wording informs your wedding guests all the important details that they will need to attend your wedding day.