10 Things You Should Know Before Mailing Your Wedding Invitations
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Nautical Wedding Invitations Perfect for an Oceanside Celebration
This maritime stationery has earned its sea legs.
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How to Address Guests on Wedding Invitation EnvelopesYour etiquette cheat sheet, so you can mail the good news using the correct wording.
Easy Ways to Upgrade Your Wedding Invitations
Use our special tips and tricks to make your wedding invitations shine.
8 Details to Include When Wording Your Wedding Invitation
9 Host Line Scenarios to Make Wording Your Wedding Invitations Super SimpleWith this guide, letting your guests know who is throwing the party is easy, no matter how complicated it may seem.
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35 Paperless Engagement Party Invites
Let's be real, emailing is just so much easier.Gallery
The Ultimate Guide to Wedding Fonts
Consider this a cheat sheet for finding your font. You're welcome.Post
First Look: Check Out Paperless Post's New Wedding Collection from Liberty London!
Paperless Post just launched their brand new bridal collection—just in time for wedding season!Gallery
How to Create Fun (But Classic!) Wedding Invitations
Advice from stationer Cheree Berry, a passionate, and totally adorable, wedding paper pro.Post
Send Your Wedding Invites With the New Love Stamp!
The 44th addition to the Postal Service's "Love stamp series" features a unique technique.Gallery
11 Unexpected Winter Wedding Invitations
These stationery suites are so pretty you'll want to get married in the dead of winter.Gallery
Must See: Check Out Rifle Paper Co.'s New Paperless Post Collection!
If you haven't picked your wedding stationery yet, you're going to want this.Post
An Easy Way to Personalize Your Wedding Stationery: Edged Invitations
Searching for a simple way to make your wedding stationery feel special? Consider this clever DIY hack, whichwill give the border of your big-day paper colorful edging without a hefty price tag. Just clamp a stack of cards—whether save-the-dates, invitations, ceremony programs, menus, or thank-you notes—together with a binder clip. Then, armed with a sponge brush, go to town coating the edges with craft paint in the color of your choice. In just a few swift moves, you’ll create cards that are cute, easy, and totally cutting-edge. Get the details below.Post
Brushstroke Wedding Invitations
These white envelopes got an instant upgrade with just two strokes of craft paint. The DIY technique is so quick and easy that you can even use it on invites—without feeling like you’ll screw them up! For sheer coverage that lets the text remain visible, choose a light shade and wet the brush first.Gallery
The Freshest Spring Wedding Invitations
Seasonal motifs like budding blooms and birds, plus a bounty of beautiful colors all distinguish these spring stationery designs.Gallery
Bridal Shower Invitation Wording Made Simple
At a loss for words? Get the scoop on what to say on a bridal shower invitation—and how to say it.Gallery
15 Candies and Chocolate Bars With Packaging That Is Pretty Enough to Inspire Your Wedding Invitations
Take a cue from these goodies that are as gorgeous as they are delicious.Gallery
20 Years of Wedding Wisdom: Picking Your Stationery
Savvy advice for selecting the correspondence for your nuptial event.Gallery
10 Tips for Putting Together a Wedding Guest List
A guilt-free guide to selecting who will join you on your big day.Post
Is It OK to Send Reception-Only Invites to Some Guests?
Working within the constraints of your venue space is just one of the challenges that comes with writing a guest list. One solution, as Deborah pointed out via email, is to scale back on the ceremony invitations and ask a select group to attend only the reception. But is that appropriate, and how should you approach the issue?AdvertisementAdvertisementPost
Can You Un-Invite a Rude Wedding Guest?
Oh no, they didn’t. Dealing with negative, critical people is a headache any day, but it’s especially unwelcome on your wedding day. After all, you deserve to feel happy and supported. So what do you do if someone you invited to your celebration is talking smack? See what we told Dorothy, who asked via e-mail, if it’s okay to un-invite them.Gallery
4 Steps for Creating Your Wedding Invitation Stationery Suite
First comes budgeting and brainstorming, then the fun of designing.See More