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How to plan for Custom Wedding Invitations

Get started at least 12 weeks before the event.

To make sure you don't get overwhelmed, start planning your invitations at least 12 weeks before the event. That gives you plenty of time to design and finalize them; send them out; receive response emails; and plan for guests to make travel arrangements.

If you're having a small wedding, it might be enough for someone else in your family or close friends to handle the invitations for you (or even print them off). But if this is going to be one of those "do everything yourself" weddings where everyone has their own specialties—like baking cupcakes or designing centerpieces—you'll need some help from friends and family members who know what they're doing so that everything goes smoothly on your big day!

Choose a design that fits your personal style and wedding theme.

To choose the right design for your wedding invitations, it's important to think about the following:

  • What does your personality say about you? Is it bold and fun or elegant and tasteful?

  • How do you want the people attending your wedding to feel when they see this invitation? Do they need spacey graphics or something more traditional? What are their interests in general (music, sports teams) that could help inform their taste as well?

  • Who else will be attending with them (parents/grandparents/aunts/uncles...)

Keep in mind the design components you want to include.

There are a few things to keep in mind when planning your invitations. First, the wording of the invitation should be appropriate for your wedding and reflect who you are as a couple. For example, if you're having an outdoor ceremony on the beach, don't use words like "wedding" or "honeymoon." Instead, try using something more casual and fun like "biggest beach party ever!"

The RSVP information should also match what's happening at the event itself—for example: if it's an outdoor celebration with lots of food and drinks (like we're doing), then don't include RSVPs because people won't even have time!

Another important thing is guest count because this will help determine how many different kinds of invitations will be needed based on the number of people who attend each event; if there are fewer guests than expected but still plenty enough attendees overall, consider making multiple copies instead so that everyone gets one invite per person overall (but please note: this may not work well if there aren't enough spaces left between all those extra ones).

Include all information that is important for your guests to know about the event.

One of the most important things to include on your invitations is where you will be having the ceremonies and reception. It's important that everyone knows when they can expect to see you, so make sure you tell them!

Another important thing to remember is that if there are any special rules or regulations regarding dress code or other behavior, this should also be included on the invitation. For example: "Dressy casual" might not mean what people think it means; certain party hosts may want attendees to wear something formal/nice (as opposed to jeans and flip-flops). If nothing else, ask around before sending out an invitation so that everyone knows what's expected at each event location—and whether there are any exceptions made for guests who don't follow these rules.

With good planning and thoughtfulness, you can create custom invitations that fit well with every detail of your wedding day.

With good planning and thoughtfulness, you can create custom invitations that fit well with every detail of your wedding day.

The first step is to decide what kind of invitation you want. You have many options: traditional, modern and more. The style will depend on the theme of your wedding and how much time you have available to plan it.

Once you've made up your mind about which design is right for you (and this will also help determine how long it takes), here are some things to keep in mind when choosing one:

  • Look at sample designs from other people who have used our services before; they may offer suggestions or advice based on their experience with us! If there are any specific elements or styles that stand out as being particularly useful during planning stages - these could be incorporated into future designs as well!

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