Happy engagement! Alexandra from Aerialist Press & Foiled Invitations here. A big thank you to the Little White Book team for having us guest post today!
If you’re in the early stages of your wedding planning and even as you dive in a little further, ordering your wedding stationery will be one of your big to-dos. While selecting the perfect color pairing and a design that is a flawless prelude to your celebration are some of the most exciting parts of planning (especially for a paper lover!), understanding all the etiquette rules for wording your invitation likely isn’t as thrilling.
That’s where we come in! We are happy to take the stress out of this part of the planning process. If you’re like most couples, you’ll find yourself asking the usual questions regarding proper etiquette and wording verbiage. We’ve heard them all. To help you know just what to include, we’ve created a fun, pretty-to-look-at guide and infographic that outline all the key elements of an invitation.
Answering all your questions down to what the different attire options really mean, registry sharing, and whether that extra reception card is needed, we like to think of it as a quick cheat sheet for invitation wording. Our favorite pro tips and tricks are also included, offering details of post office handling and how to gracefully get your beautifully composed invitation safely into the hands of your guests.
Looking for more? We also created a comprehensive list of 21 wording examples for every celebration style you can think of. You can visit the full post up on the Aerialist Press blog.