By Bernard Masson. Wedding Invitation. Published at Wednesday, March 20th, 2019 - 20:08:51 PM.
Has your mom insisted that you invite all those second cousins and great aunts that you barely know? Help them remember who you are, and give other guests a sneak preview of your fiancé, by putting a personalized photo in your wedding invitation. There is no hard and fast rule that wedding invitations need to be formal and white.
The inner envelope is the addressed envelope that your wedding invitation goes inside. It generally only includes the names of the addressees, and not their mailing address. Calligraphy or fancy writing with a gold or silver pen is often used to address these envelopes.
For example, a Chinese bride and American groom could send Chinese invitations to the Americans, and English invitations to the Chinese guests! Of course this might leave guests bewildered at first, but if you put essential information like the date, place, and time in both languages, this ploy could really pique guests’ interest.
When crafting an invitation, include the host’s names first, followed by the request, the names of the happy couple, date and time, location, the time of the reception, the RSVP, and optional details such as clothing, attire, and required clothing accessories.
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