Wedding invitations – what to include
Your wedding stationery gives your guests their first glimpse of your big day so it’s got to be perfect.
When writing your wedding invitations, don’t forget to include the basic information which includes your names, wedding date, wedding venue, time and RSVP date. It is advisable put an RSVP date, or else you’ll end up having to chase responses in order to give your wedding venue final numbers for the wedding breakfast.
You can also include the hosts’ names, RSVP address/email, your reception venue (if different to your ceremony venue), dress code, carriages, information regarding children, directions, local accommodation, menu choices and gift list details.
Remember, you should be aiming to send your invitations out three to four months before your wedding, or six to eight weeks before if you have sent save the date cards.
Daisy Chain Invites present some of their newest designs which are available with matching wedding stationery for both the ceremony and reception
The perfect accompaniment to a summer festival themed wedding with light pastels, heavyweight hammered card board and bunting. Invitations from 80p each.
Printed using beautiful 50% recycled flecked board the A6 (quarter A4) sized Wreath design is perfect for environmentally conscious brides on a budget. The elegant and rustic design is flexible for weddings in all seasons, invitations just 80p each
Our new design features silver or red snowflakes, hand finished with a Tibetan Silver Snowflake to elegantly introduce a subtle winter theme. The wallet design with invitation card slipped inside is available on heavyweight white or ivory hammered board. From £2 each.
An illustrated A6 sized design, Bride and Groom is ideal for couples looking for a non-traditional and more quirky wedding invitation, just 80p each