Invitations are arguably the most important part of the wedding planning process and at the same time, one of the most difficult aspects, too. Luckily, our friends at Aerialist Press & Foiled Invitations are here to help you create a perfectly worded wedding invitation. So if you're a bride-to-be and have no idea where to begin or maybe need just a little extra help wording your invitations, this post is for you! Continue reading to hear their expert advice.
"Happy Engagement season! Alexandra from Aerialist Press & Foiled Invitations here. A big thank you to the Michelle Leo Events team for having us guest post with them today.
You may be on the cusp of creating your wedding to do’s or possibly a little further along and have already identified your vendor dream team. The possibilities of all things wedding are beginning to rule your Pinterest and Google searches and are definitely the topic of most of your conversations with your fiancé and family members! Of course, our favorite part happens to be selecting the swoon-worthy suite of paper goods you mail off to all of your nearest and dearest.
One of the not-so-favorite parts of the process for most couples? Choosing what verbiage to use on their wedding invitation that speaks to their celebration style but also follows all those ambiguous etiquette rules. Sounding a little familiar? This is where our team of etiquette enthusiasts likes to make a grand entrance!
Our wedding paper design team wanted to create a fun, easy, and pretty to look at info-graphic and guide to help create a flawless and interactive wording selection process for engaged couples. There are many ways to potentially word your wedding invitation, and our goal is to provide all the different options, when to use them, and what to avoid. We also added in some of our pro tips and tricks to shed a little extra light on what the different attire options really mean, whether that extra reception card is needed, and how to mail.
Need more inspiration and guidance? We created a full list of 21 wording examples for every celebration style we could think of. You can take a look at the complete post over on the Aerialist Press blog. We are also happy to answer any other questions you might have in the comments!"