You can get the charmingly detailed Bride and Groom Place Card Holders, a little bride’s dress and a little groom’s tuxedo. Perfect for organizing seating arrangements to a restaurant or banquet hall, these will make a cute, whimsical accent to the whole setting.
It is not really hard to find free engagement party invitations. You only have to check out with the best engagement party planning web sites. They are definitely going to know about some of the best deals in town.
Another great thing about sending invitations in this manner is that most e-card sites feature an RSVP function. This means that guest can simply check a box that says attending or not attending and immediately RSVP. The card service will then notify you so you have an easy to manage constantly updated list of who will and who will not be attending. The process truly could not be easier.
Document each gift. Chances are you’ll be writing so many thank you notes throughout your engagement and post-wedding that it will be impossible to keep it all straight in your head. So to stay organized, keep separate guest lists for each wedding event (e.g. bridal shower, engagement party, wedding) and document what each guest gives you at the time you receive it.
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.