The following are a few points of wedding invitation etiquette to
help you decide what you will do with your wedding invitations.
Your wedding invitations are the first thing that your guests see that is related to your wedding day. You should carefully decide what kind of invitations you would like to use to make that all important first impression on your guests.
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The Wedding invitation is just for the ceremony and should not include any RSVP instructions for the reception, that information should be included on your reception card
You should coordinate the invitations with your theme and color scheme
Spell out the full day, date and year of the wedding. For example: Saturday, the twenty-second of June Two thousand and two
Spell out the time of the wedding. If the time is on the half hour you should use the wording "half-after". For example: half-after six o'clock in the evening
All street designations should be spelled out. For example
Before you assemble your invitations make sure that you won't have a problem addressing wedding invitations.