Write out your guest list. Work out your priorities in terms of expenses and budget. Start your lookup for a stationer six months earlier prior to your wedding day.
Stay an eye and look for experienced stationers - seek advice from friends and family, begin hoarding wedding invitations that you have received and loved for future reference.
Give the stationer with precise quantities, in addition to sketches, collor samples, and fabric swatches if you would love your invitations custom-made.
Inquire for written cost estimates, also guaranties if errors are made and the estimated time for receiving the invitations.
Proofread your order cautiously prior to signing; having someone go view the order as an extra cautious action. This simple assess may save you thousands of dollars in reprints if something goes wrong.
Purchase your whole stationery packages: place cards, invitations, menus, programs, and thank-you notes. This ascertains uniformity of design and perhaps cost you a lower rate.
You should always make some extra orders like order 50 more invitations and 100 more envelopes. This is to spare if mistakes happen or having changes in guest list.
Glance to numerous stationery stores, Seek for the most famous choice, and bargain for great prices from a moderate option, or by ordering your stationery at the gifts department store.
You may consider of hire a graphic design professional to cook up an original design. If you have budget constraint, you can think of do it yourself. Since all you need is a PC, a laser printer and some software.