Wedding Stationery Etiquette
Addressing wedding invitations 101
At this time, you and your fiance have likely settled on the print and stationery design, so all you need to do is stuff, address and mail them!read more...
How to word reception-only invitations
Reception-only invitations are growing in popularity for engaged couples.read more...
What should my wedding ceremony program include?
There are a lot of factors to consider when you begin the drafting stages of your wedding ceremony program.read more...
Etiquette guide for planning and hosting a rehearsal dinner
If you have not begun to plan your rehearsal dinner yet, be sure to take the necessary time to note any etiquette rules or desired formalities before planning the event.read more...
Should you use social media to announce your engagement?
You're engaged! Congratulations! Chances are you are hoping to tell every new person you see the great news, but letting people know is a delicate process.read more...
Read twice, order once: Why proofreading invitations is so important
In order to get your family to the big day, you must send out wedding invitations. It is of the utmost importance that these have been proofread.read more...
Know your stationery: Can you identify the different card types?
Though, with more than 10 standard cards listed on your to do list, from wedding invitations to thank you notes, it can be hard to discern what exactly it is you should be choosing to include.read more...
A guide to wedding reception stationery
For those brides looking for a guide to speed up their wedding checklist progress, here is a quick what's what of the wedding reception stationery.read more...
Fun extra info to include in your wedding programs
For those brides choosing to incorporate this little bit of stationery, consider it as more than an itinerary.read more...
Rules of the wedding 'plus one'
Now that you've chosen the perfect wedding invitations, it's time to get them out in the mail!read more...
Destination wedding invitation etiquette
If you're getting married somewhere other than where you currently live (perhaps in your hometown), then you'll face the unique set of challenges that come with planning a destination wedding.read more...
Choosing the right font for your wedding invitations
When working your way through your wedding planning checklist, you may find yourself getting caught up in the details.read more...
4 ways to keep your wedding date on guests' calendars
While your wedding date is likely already burned on your brain, what with all of the orders and reservations you've made, your guests may have more difficulty remembering it. This is where save the date invitations come in!read more...
Inner and Outer Envelopes- What's the difference?
How to tastefully incorporate directions into your wedding invites
What information to include on a wedding invitation
How to pick the best picture for wedding invitations
Tips for wording your anniversary party invitations
Wedding invitation guide: from creating the guest list to sending them out
Creative touches for your vow renewal invitations
Wedding stationery mistakes to avoid
Wedding stationery timeline
Wedding program wording
Wedding stationery: where to spulrge and where to save
Thank you note etiquette
Save the Date Cards 101
Escort cards 101
Gift registry etiquette and guidelines
Tips for writing timely thank you cards
Polite ways to communicate 'no kids'
Creative ways to word your wedding invitations