There are many things that need to be organized and position in place such as the venue where the party is to be held, number of guests, variety of food to be prepared, themes for the party, lights and sounds, and the invitation cards.
The traditional Wedding card is a written communication from the bride and groom to the guests which has all the necessary details of the nuptial event to which the guests must respond. Typically, it is formal and mailed to each recipient five to eight weeks before the wedding day. However ethnic wedding invitations are becoming very popular these day because they are unique and largely differ from the traditional invitations.
Invitation cards differ from the type of celebration, to be conducted and in this case, having an invitation card for your anniversary simply focuses on the number of years you are celebrating your wedding. You can create invitation cards for silver anniversary, golden anniversary and any other anniversary.
Another great thing about sending invitations in this manner is that most e-card sites feature an RSVP function. This means that guest can simply check a box that says attending or not attending and immediately RSVP. The card service will then notify you so you have an easy to manage constantly updated list of who will and who will not be attending. The process truly could not be easier.
The obligatory and often overwhelming task of sending wedding thank-yous may seem like a chore, but there’s no better way to express your sincere thanks to guests than with a lovely, handwritten note. If you’ve got a massive stack of thank-you notes you need to tackle, take heart! From etiquette tips to what to say, here is everything you need to know to make the task a little easier and perhaps even enjoyable.