Wedding invitations are important for a number of different reasons. They help to notify friends and family that you are getting married. In addition to notifying guests, wedding invitations are also vital to the planning of a wedding. Knowing how many guests will attend your event is the best way to prepare seating, food, and drinks.
Some stores will even take the personalization of the gift cards further and create a card that has the names of the couple, the date of the marriage and even a computer generated rendering of the couple on the front. This isn’t a feature that is widely available, but its use is becoming more commonplace as more brides and grooms opt for the ”little something extra” in putting together their wedding gifts.
Place card holders can come in handy at weddings, not just as a mere keepsake for everyone, these are also included in your wedding reception accessories and decorations. They can be used in several ways, depending on your preferences. These items are very nice to add a touch of style and accent on each reception table. You can set them up at the entrance of a reception area where it can guide all your guests. It is commonly used also to name a guest’s table, in this case the card should list the guest’s name and their table number to be recognized.
Now, if you are making your wedding invitations, you can add a reception card that would be the same size as the RSVP card. All of your cards should match. If you have a very formal wedding you will probably choose to use a reception card in your invitation set. The rule here is that if your reception is in the same location as the wedding you can put the information on your reception as corner copy.
A creative way to bring your wedding to a whole new level is by giving them to all of your guests, and not just your marriage party attendants. A small gift card balance on a gift card will make a wonderful present for all of your guests and can make an incredible statement of your thanks for being a part of your special day, when given during your reception.