4 Different Ways To Write Your Wedding Invites

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After the wedding date has been set and the venue has been booked, the first item to check off your to do list should be the wedding invitations.

Most people choose to either do them themselves or have the invitations sent out by the parents of the bride, however not everyone wants a traditional wedding.

For those on a budget, or for those looking for new, unique and modern ideas, here are four different ways to write your wedding invites.

1.) Calligraphy Writing: Take a calligraphy course, and write the invitations in fancy writing. For this you will need to purchase an expensive calligraphy set, as this type of writing can only be done with a certain type of pen and ink. Make sure to place all the relevant details in the invitation, such time, place, day and the RSVP details.

2.) Computerized Invitations: If you are looking for a fun, modern, fast and inexpensive way to make your invitations, print out the invitations on your computer, using a fancy font. This way of writing invitations may not be as traditional as hand written ones, however it can still econvey your message in a classy and fun way.

3.) Hire a professional: Consider hiring a professional to write your wedding invitations, if your budget permits. Many people find it difficult to make sure the message is conveyed with elegance yet as simply as possible, therefore hiring a professional may be worth the money if you are concerned about the presentation and content of the invitation. In addition, hiring a professional will save you time, as there are many other decisions and important aspects of the wedding that should have more focus and will take up more of your time.

4.) Have an Editor: Consider writing the invitations yourself, and allowing a professional or a family member or friend who is gifted with words look over what you have written to make sure it sounds professional and is grammatically correct. You do not want to find spelling mistakes, punctuation errors and incorrect grammar in your invitations once they are all printed and sent out.

These five ideas can help you create the perfect wedding invitations, while sticking to your budget, time frame, and still conveying the message you want your guests to receive. By choosing one of these five ideas you can reduce stress during the wedding preparation days.

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Photo Gallery Of Wedding Invites

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(Cream) bridalwave.tv
(Teal) weddingdresses4you.org
(B&W) weddinginvitationsideas.com.au
(Purple) weddings-place.com
(Pink) polkadotbride.com
(Brown) wedding-parks.com