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.
Personalize each note. Don’t send the same, generic message to each guest; it sends the message that you were tired of writing notes and too lazy to personally acknowledge them. Take the time to pen something individual and thank them for their specific gift by name. You may even want to mention how you plan to use it.
If you are in a friend or family member’s wedding as a bridesmaid you will soon find out that you have many responsibilities, especially if you are the maid of honor. Many times you are responsible for planning and hosting a number of different events from different bridal showers, engagement parties and bachelorette parties. This can be a lot to handle even for the most organized of women because there is a lot that goes into planning just one of these parties. In addition to food, guest lists and activities for each of these parties you are also responsible for the invitations.
Handwritten invitations are perfect for someone who has an attractive handwriting. This saves money on the printing and it gives a personal and handmade touch too. The style of your engagement invitation card is entirely up to you. You can go for casual or informal cards, just like how your party is going to be. If you are planning on a formal event, then you must mention in your invite about any special dress considerations that is expected, so that your guests can know.
Cards for a bachelor party or bridal shower are sent to friends or acquaintances of the engaged couple. The party is held before the wedding day to collect money as a gift to go toward wedding or honeymoon. Unlike a wedding invitation, anyone can attend – the more guests the merrier! The card highlights all the information needed by guests who want to join in the festivities.