Simple Steps On How To Go About Your Wedding Announcement
Marrying the one you love is big news, the kind you want to shout from the rooftops. The best way to inform people about your nuptials is through your wedding announcement.
Whether it’s dispatched or posted on social media, a wedding announcement is a formal and courteous way for you to share the good news with extended friends and family.
So when do you send a wedding announcement? How do you make a proper wedding announcement cards, or do you opt for social media posts?
First, your wedding announcement cards should include every single detail of your wedding day. You and your spouse should have settled for a date and its location. You don’t want to start calling your guests about a change of date or location after cards have been sent. If you know the date and location of your wedding day, you’re ready to prepare your wedding announcement cards.
Select an appropriate photo. You use your engagement photos to create the save the date cards. If your resources would not permit you to have a pre-wedding shoot, then a nice photo of both of you together can suffice.
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Next, you have to confirm your wedding guest list. Thanks to social media, you can create a broadcast list and send your wedding announcement cards online. But for guests that are not internet savvy, you can send a hard copy card either to their home or office address.
So when should you announce your wedding to your friends and your invited guests?. A month notice is simply fine. That way, they can fit you into their calendar and make plans to be at your wedding.
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