Invitations are a notoriously troublesome thing for any party planner to take on. You have to create a guest list, create and fill out the invitations, address and stamp each invite and then nag people for an RSVP so you can create a final guest list. This process can make your duties as a bridesmaid even more difficult and can be very stressful. However, thanks to the internet there is an easier way to handle the invitation process for all of the wedding related events that you have to plan, this is by using electronic greeting cards.
Address each note properly. When sending the notes, you should address each one to the individual(s) who signed the gift card. The greeting inside can address them by first name if you have a close relationship with them; otherwise, simply use ”Mr.” and/or ”Mrs.”
Place card holders make great wedding and shower favors because they come in different creative styles. What’s great about them is, they not only instruct your guests where to sit, they can also be used as a decoration. They can also be used as photo frames after the wedding. Beautiful and innovative, place card holders range from beach themes to winter extravaganza, to trendy designs, you can choose from a variety of styles to fit your taste.
Don’t procrastinate! Formal etiquette dictates that thank-yous for shower gifts should be sent within ten days and those for wedding gifts should be sent within two weeks after returning from the honeymoon. Moreover, gifts received prior to the wedding should be acknowledged immediately. That being said, if you happen to fall behind, rest assured it is never too late to be gracious!
The Birthday card, whether for a one-year old or a centenarian, will always be festive and vibrant. The missive contains the name of the celebrant, the invited guest, time and place of the party and additional information like RSVP and the theme of the party.