Your wedding reception invitations should match your theme. You have to think about your color themes as well. If you are going to have your big day in winter, you may not go for a design which is depicting a beach and sunshine.
The wedding reception venue – Of course this is the most important aspect of the wedding reception–where it would take place. This will involve so many things like its accessibility and how many people would be able to fit inside the said venue. It would be best to consider a reception area that’s just near where the wedding vows and the matrimonial ceremony will be held so that your guests will not have a hard time transferring from one place to the other.
Also, before selecting your wedding venue, you have to consider the number of guests you will invite. For instance, if you have invited 500 people then the wedding party venue should be having a lot of room or else you invited guests will feel upset and frustrated because no one wants to spend his/her time in a place which is congested. At the same time if the reception venue you choose can hold up to 500 people and you invited only 200 then it would look empty and boring. So, it is advisable here that you must select a party venue considering the number of guests that will be attending your wedding reception.
Choosing the right font is almost an art-form, but it doesn’t have to be that complicated. This part of the series is here to help you choose the right font for your wedding anniversary invitation. And after you read this you will learn how to carefully choose your font and make the right decision for your card.
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.