Bridal Shower Invitation Styles – There are many different approaches to style you can take when designing an putting together your invitations. A great designer will work with you to achieve the overall look and feel of your invitations and may suggest things such as: multi-layered design, color schemes, envelope and seal options as well as wording and layout. Depending on your budget you can go very basic with a one card invitation all the way up to elaborate bridal shower invitations that have many layers and materials.
As hectic as planning your wedding might be, it is of utmost importance that after the shower has been given in your honor, you set aside some time to send bridal shower thank you cards. Preparing for the wedding can be overwhelming to say the least, so when close friends of the bride get together and throw a bridal shower for the sheer purpose of pampering you in preparation for what lies ahead, and as tired and tense as you might be, you must acknowledge your friends and loved ones with appreciation for all their efforts, and the lovely gifts they gave.
After selecting the gift-giving party cards, you add all of the important information about the event on the card, like RSVP contact details etc. Your guests should not have to confused. Additionally, if you have any special requests for guests, such as to keep the party a surprise, you should add that details to the card as well.
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.
Basic Planning – The bride has probably been stressed from all of the planning, and the shower gives her some much needed time to unwind with her friends. The bride is the princess of the day, so be sure that in your planning you don’t do anything that will make her feel uncomfortable. Unless you feel it’s mandatory to surprise the bride, involve her in the planning. In order to take some stress off of the people involved in the planning of the party, you may choose a location that caters and also has beverages available for the guests. If you are working with a group of several women try to limit the planning to one meeting where you can choose a them and then decide who will do each of the basic planning step like as obtaining the guest list and sending the invitations, accepting the invitation responses, choosing a location, creating centerpieces, buying favors, arranging for the games, selecting the menu or buying the gift. Choosing a theme ensures that everyone on the same page. Give each member of the group a budget and set them loose. If you are planning the party on your own, be sure to make a list and do just one thing at a time.