Finding great design ideas for your card – You can choose from a wide range of options provided by the card designers. You can also scour the internet for inspiration. Your card can be a mini card or even a small tag sized card. In case of bridal showers, the informality allows you to be creative even with the messaging of card. And if you want to try something insanely creative then you may also check out bridal shower invitations in the form of ribbons and accessories.
Nowadays, bridal showers are a huge affair. Hence proper planning for a bridal shower is of utmost importance. A bridal shower is one of the most important and joyous events in the girl’s life. It is her last get-together with her friends as a single and hence her friends too should try to make this event memorable for the bride-to-be.
Including All The Necessary Information – Bridal shower invitations should not only invite your guests to the event, they should contain clear instructions on the location of the shower, any theme that is being used for the shower and an RSVP card that can help you determine the amount of guests you can expect. Including a self addressed stamped envelope inside the invitation so that your guests can return the RSVP easily is also recommended.
If you have out of town guests, this will also allow you some time to arrange accommodations at a local hotel. With group booking you can usually get a discount on the room rate for your out of town guests. This information can also be included in your invitations.
Specific wording for specific themes – The text on the bridal shower invitation cards follows a specific trend. It can be a little less formal than the wording of actual wedding invitation. In fact, in most cases it is quite playful and personalized. However, it should follow the theme of cards. For instance, if you are inviting people for a bridal shower kitchen tea then your wording should be entirely different from the invitation of an informal party at a club. Make sure to get all the details about card’s dimensions and font from your printer before writing up the content.