The traditional Wedding card is a written communication from the bride and groom to the guests which has all the necessary details of the nuptial event to which the guests must respond. Typically, it is formal and mailed to each recipient five to eight weeks before the wedding day. However ethnic wedding invitations are becoming very popular these day because they are unique and largely differ from the traditional invitations.
Invitation cards differ from the type of celebration, to be conducted and in this case, having an invitation card for your anniversary simply focuses on the number of years you are celebrating your wedding. You can create invitation cards for silver anniversary, golden anniversary and any other anniversary.
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.
Christening or baptism invitation cards are usually sent to godparents, friends and family. Regardless of denomination, in this special day the child is officially named. It gives everyone the opportunity to welcome the child into the Family, the Church, and the Community. The invitation includes the baby’s name, and the date, location and time of the christening. It may also state the place for the reception afterward.
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.