Decide what to keep and what to throw outAs with most wedding planning, you’ll need to decide what traditional elements you want to keep, and what you want to throw out. Your wedding is as unique as you are, so don’t feel as though you have to keep something if it doesn’t fit. For example, if your parents have been involved in your wedding planning, then it can make sense to put their names on the invite. If they haven’t though, it’s perfectly ok to just have yours and your partner’s names on there instead.
Include location detailsIt’s a good idea to include details about the venue, if it’s somewhere most of your guests haven’t been before. You can include the address and map, if you have room and you think you need it. Alternatively, you can create a wedding website that has these details, then include the website address on the invitation.
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Use writing tools to help youIf you’re worried about the technicalities of writing an invite, don’t worry. There are plenty of tools out there that can help you throughout the writing process.
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- Do My Assignment: This service will proofread and edit the text of your invitation.
- Mixbook: This service gives you several design options to choose from, and will personalise your invites for you.
- State Of Writing: this site features writing guides that can help you get the text right.
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- Designmatic: This service gives you several designs you can use for your invite.
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