How to diy wedding invitations wording?

by DIY wedding planner on December 7, 2010


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I never thought this day would come so quickly. It’s not quite wedding day, but it’s mailing the wedding invitations day! And I want to make the unique wedding invitations for my wedding party! And anyone who can tell me how to diy wedding invitations wording?Thanks very much!!!

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Luscious B December 7, 2010 at 6:16 pm

google it..im sure they have tons of good suggestions

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Wedding Invitations December 7, 2010 at 6:58 pm

I know I’m not showing you much, but I want to give my good friends at the Post Office a few days to get them into the hands of our guests before I give you a full reveal. While we’re waiting though, I thought I’d share some things I learned during the whole process for those of you that are considering going the DIY route.

Don’t DIY if you don’t like to DIY. Even though our invitations took a ton of time, they were truly a labor of love. OK, I know that phrase is so overused, but it’s true! I never dreaded working on our invitations, and I even (dare I say) enjoyed working on them. I’m so happy that I DIYed our invitations, but if the whole creative process of figuring out what you want the invitations to look like and then printing, cutting, gluing and assembling them doesn’t sound appealing…don’t do it! There are amazingly beautiful invitations out there for sale, and tons of talented people that will do it all for you if you want.

and you can view this site: http://www.invitationstyles.com

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Deanna December 7, 2010 at 7:30 pm

We have done our own invitations – and are having a ‘fairytale themed’ day. Our wording is along the lines of:

Once upon a time, In an ordinary life, Love gives us something extraordinary.
(Our names)
Requests the pleasure of your company on
(Date)
At
(Time & Venue)
Help us to celebrate our Happily Ever After…
The magic continues at
(Reception venue and time)
For dinner and dancing.

We googled tutorials on making the invites and bought all our supplies from a local craft shop x

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Because I Said So December 7, 2010 at 7:43 pm

it depends on who is hosting (paying for) the wedding. if the bride’s parents are paying for it, then they are the hosts and so the guests are theirs, not the bride and groom’s. you can google search for examples of how those invitations are worded. if the bride and groom are paying along with their parents, then the bride and groom do the inviting ‘together with their parents’ but you don’t have to list the parents’ names.

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Gillian December 7, 2010 at 8:39 pm

I would go to various wedding invitation websites and look at samples. There are tons of them out there.

After I did my DIY invitations, I foudn out it would’ve been less expensive to do them through this website:
http://www.123print.com/Wedding-Invitations

Here’s a few others, just to find wording.
http://www.weddingpaperdivas.com/floral-wedding-designs.htm?utm_source=MSN&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Wedding+Invitations+Top+Terms
http://www.invitationsbydawn.com/
http://www.vistaprint.com/gallery.aspx?pg=39&preid=57&xnav=TsrImage

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Wascally Wabbit December 7, 2010 at 9:19 pm

google it..

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