The very first thing that you need to have in preparing your invitation cards for your wedding anniversary is a set of computer to be use for encoding the names of guest. This is also the same machine that you need in designing your invitation cards. You can personalize your card depends on your motif, and then accessorize it like adding ribbons, beads, and photos.
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.”
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.
You could also consider using a greeting card software. Purchasing the software is going to be cheaper than having the invitations professionally printed. You can also reuse this software for several other occasions. There are some Microsoft Office product like Microsoft Word and Publisher that would also work great for you to create your own engagement party invitations. They have already made designs and the Microsoft clip art can add visual enhancements to your engagement invites.
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.