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Advice on how to plan and choose wedding invitations for an Asian wedding.
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Today I'm going to talk about invitation etiquettes.
Many weddings are planned up to two years in advance. If this is a case for your wedding, a nice idea would be to send a save-the-date card. Many stationeries now offer this service of either cards or magnets. When it comes to printing a wedding stationery considering who is hosting the wedding. Is it the parents or the grandparents and consider the wording that is appropriate for the wedding stationery.
Many couples these days are also making wedding websites. This is an ideal way of making sure that your guests are informed. If the wedding guest has misplaced their wedding invitation at least they can access the information for your wedding online at your website. There are many free services available for you to do so.
My final tip regarding your wedding invitation is to check and double check the spelling. This may seem like a very trivial point, however it can be the downfall of your invitation. It is all too easy to make common mistakes particularly if you are printing your stationary abroad. One point to consider is if your evening reception is going to be a paying bar to discreetly inform your guest on the invitation. There is nothing worse than having guest arrive expecting one thing and being unprepared.