Tips And Techniques

Wedding Stationery Etiquette - RSVP - Cards

RSVP cards are a fairly recent development - traditionally your guests would use their own stationery or purchase a card when replying to a wedding invitation.  Today, it is...

Wedding Stationery Etiquette - Thank You Cards

There is really only one golden rule for Thank You cards - if someone has been kind enough to send you a wedding gift, you must send them a Thank You card. Writing your cards can...

Wedding Stationery Etiquette - Order of the Day

An Order of the Day is the equivalent of an Order of Service but for a civil ceremony. It is not essential but is helpful for your guests and provides a lovely memento of your...

Wedding Stationery Etiquette - Order of Service

If you are getting married in church then it is usual to provide an Order of Service (or Mass Booklet in the Roman Catholic church) to help your guests follow the ceremony. For a...

Wedding Stationery Etiquette - Evening Invitations

An evening invitation is used for guests who are not invited to the main ceremony and reception but to an evening reception/party. The invitations can use a similar form to the...

Wedding Stationery Etiquette - Invitation Wording

In our previous article we looked at wedding invitations in general. In this article we give you some examples showing different invite wording for different...

Wedding Stationery Etiquette - Wedding Invitations

You've set the date, booked the venue and worked out the guest list - now it's time to send out the invitations. Once a formal exercise with strict traditions, today things...

Wedding Stationery Etiquette - Save the Date Cards

Save the Date cards are a relatively new concept in the UK and are intended to let your guests know your wedding date well in advance so they can put it in their diaries and don't...

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