You may think that it is very easy for you to choose your wedding reception invitations. However, the truth is that it is not a simple task. There are so many styles you can choose from. And there are also plenty of vendors who can print them for you. You will need to choose the designs which will best suit your event.
This is why it is so important that we choose out font carefully. And here are several things that we should look out for when choosing a font: 1. Have the font be easy to read. 2. If the font has any decorations try to see if the decorations are in the way of other letters or if they make the letter hard to read. 3. See if the color of the font and the font itself goes well with the card. 4. See if the different sizes of the font look well. 5. Try to make a self impression on how the font seams to you and if it gives the right impression on what you wish to send to the guest.
First of all the location of the reception party should be easily reachable and suitable for all the invited guests. Take into consideration the distance, traveling time, along with accessibility and accommodation services (if required). Your wedding date would also make a lot of difference in choosing a venue. If it is a peak time of the year (such as Christmas) when your wedding will take place then you must book the venue ahead of time (3-4 months back) as in the end, you won’t be finding any place available to book as your wedding reception venue.
The second thing you need to keep in mind is to keep the basic ground rules in place. As long as you include these basic ground rules, you can feel free to be as imaginative as you want with your invitation. These ground rules include mentioning the married couple to be full names, mentioning where the reception will transpire, mentioning when the reception will transpire, and mentioning the time the reception will transpire.
Different Venue, Different Wording – The good wedding reception invitation wording will be excellent in giving the direction to the guests about where they need to go, since the wedding ceremony takes place at the same venue as the reception. Commonly, these invitations are on a separate card that is included with the actual wedding invitation, if the reception will take place soon following the service. Besides, you can also add a response card that enables guests to easily RSVP and gives you a proper head count to plan for at your celebration.