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Your personalized and discount 99¢ invitations and announcements set the tone for your event, not just about your personal style, but also as a guide for your guests so they might have some ideas regarding what to expect from your event, including the attire to wear. With today's advances in technology, you can add any wordings, sayings, verses, or quotes to all your announcements and invitations so that they include all the necessary details your guest will need to know. We invite you to view all our exclusive and unique invitation announcement wording samples, by type event, for hundreds of ideas.
Invitations and Announcements Wordings Etiquette For All Type Stationery
Regardless of whether you are planning a contemporary, formal, or style, stationery etiquette can become much easier to follow when you follow some basic guidelines. By viewing our entire announcements and invitations wordings collection, you can choose from our grouped categories to find the perfect sayings, verses, and wordings for your invites and announcing cards. If, by chance, you are unable to find the exact wordings you want, choose an example that is close and make any changes you want so it reads exactly the way you want it to be. Or, for those feeling creative, just write you own using our samples.
For those a bit unsure whether to use calligraphy-style script or crisp block lettering, you might consider a combination of typestyles to highlight your names within your wording for a totally unique and exclusive look. Additionally, you can use the same typestyle in varying font sizes to highlight the date, names, location, and other particulars. While making these decisions, just remember it is your celebration so your customized announcements and invitations reflect your spirit and personality, so just about anything goes.
Announcement and Invitations Wordings Do's and Don'ts
Although you are encouraged to be creative with your invitation announcement wordings, there are a few do's and don'ts to be mindful of and follow:
- Never add a period (.) at the end of any lines
- Do not capitalize the first letter of each line unless it is a proper noun; Example: 'Saturday, the fifth of June' or 'on Saturday, the sixth of June' is correct
- Write out the date and time; Example: 'half after six o'clock, August first, two thousand and twenty' OR 'two thousand twenty is also correct and a bit more formal
- Events being held in houses of worship should have the phrase, 'the honor of your presence is requests'; Otherwise, use 'request the pleasure of your company'
And, Yes, There's Etiquette Suggestions for Mailing
Depending on whether you event is formal or informal, the mailings will vary accordingly. For instance, a wedding invitation should be mailed six to eight weeks in advance, while informal events like birthdays and graduations, three to four weeks in advance is adequate. It is always a good idea to have your return address printed on the back flap of your mailing envelope. This address should be the person whom you've designated to receive response cards, and the envelope of the response card should be printed with the same address.
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