The recipient list is very important in the scheme of things. It’s pretty simple. People who have a place in the wedding receive an invite to the rehearsal dinner. This will be the bridal party, the bride’s parents and groom’s parents, and other close people the couple to be would like to invite. Don’t forget the person who delivers the vows. This is a smaller list than the wedding invitation list as it only covers people who actually have a role.
Planning a rehearsal dinner should be fun and exciting. Here are some rehearsal dinner ideas that can lessen your stress and allow you to embrace and enjoy every minute of the planning process. Having just hosted our first rehearsal dinner, I can share some good advice to help put together a wonderful celebration. Before you start your plans, talk to your couple and ask what type of dinner they would like.
Layered Wedding Invitations: Very simply, a layered invitations has a colored backing, and a stock card that can be held together with a ribbon. Some companies have a variety of ribbons to choose from, others provide a standard choice. You simply print out your invitation on your home computer using the templates provided, and then attach the invitation to the colored backing using the ribbon. For a more secure and finished look, you can also use glue dots to attach the two cards and use the ribbon as a decoration. You can add RSVP cards and Direction Inserts as needed. Layered Invitations are perfect for simple and small weddings, or larger weddings where you want a casual feel.
If you are a Valentine or Spring bride, you are no doubt in the throes of wedding invitations as you are reading this. There is so much to consider that it is easy to get overwhelmed. Plus, with the uncertain economy, the budget you originally set may be obsolete. Before you get discouraged, here are 3 ways that Layered Invitations can help.
There is something about actually choosing, addressing and mailing out your invitations that makes your wedding concrete–this is where you know you are really getting married. And this is where your guests will begin to feel what kind of day it is going to be. So, take your time and make this part of the wedding process creative, enjoyable and bonding for all.