Are you staring at a blinking cursor, struggling to find the perfect sentiment to use on your wedding invitations? I get the feeling. I felt the same way when my husband, Zach and I were designing the invitations for our Pennsylvania wedding! That’s why I created this wedding invitation wording guide, to help couples like you walk through the invitation wording essentials.
Below, I will answer the following questions in my wedding invitation wording guide!
Do you need some additional help with your invitation wording? I'm happy to help - just send me a message or better yet, more details about what you're looking for, and I can put together a quick estimate for you! I'm happy to sit down with you for a free wedding stationery consultation if you'd like as well. This will give us a chance to really dive into all the juicy details: your wedding Pinterest board, the paper choices and printing methods I offer (hello letterpress and foil printing!), all of the envelope colors you can choose from, what items you need (or maybe didn't know you needed!), and more.
I also have a collection of wording examples as a starting point available on my website, if you'd like to check those out now! Here are some more wedding etiquette do's and don'ts as well.
Ultimately, it's best to remain true to yourself and who you are as a couple when you put together the verbiage for your wedding stationery. No one is just like you, and you're the only one who can really tell your guests what to expect at your wedding ceremony and reception. Set the tone using language that reflects your personalities, interests, and gives your guests all the most important details. And have fun with it!
Comment below with any questions you might have about wedding invitation wording. I love chatting with you!
It is getting cooler here in Central Pennsylvania, and I just love a good Fall wedding! I don't mind when the temperatures start to decrease and the earth begins to sleep… it means that snow is coming soon too (which I LOVE). It also means sledding for my two little ones (they're three and five currently - this is a very big deal).
And for fall couples, we’re getting close to wedding crunch time – those last couple of months before the big day that are filled with details and last minute DIY projects. If you're asking yourself: What should I bring to my wedding, I've got you covered below!
As you finalize your preparations, think about packing a wedding emergency kit for the day of. You never know what may come up, and trust me, you’ll want to be prepared for anything and avoid having a sweet friend or bridesmaid run to the store for you. What if you get sick at your wedding? What if your dress rips? What if mosquitoes unexpectedly attack? What if it rains on your wedding day? What if your feet start to hurt?
To help, I created this handy little list of wedding day survival kit items that you can throw in your bag. So if wedding day disaster strikes, you’re ready!
Still looking for wedding invitations or reception stationery? I've got you totally covered with 100% custom stationery and day-of paper products (including a custom guestbook, ceremony programs, wedding menus, table numbers, wedding signage, guest place cards or seating charts, and more). Just reach out to get a quick estimate or schedule a free wedding stationery consultation so we can chat about what you're looking for in detail!
So many time-honored “rules” surround weddings. Can I tell my guests what to wear? Should I tell my guests to leave their phones in their pockets? Do I need to invite all the kiddos in the family?
Today I'm exploring the reasoning behind and need for some of this traditional wedding etiquette mumbo jumbo. Of course, these are suggestions, and sometimes rules are meant to be broken, but they act as great guidelines should any questions come up.
Below, I will answer the following tricky questions:
Relax, and let’s dive in!
Let me know... Are there any questions that you're still wondering about? I'm happy to discuss in the comments!
Or even better, set up a free wedding stationery consultation with Freebird Paperie over the phone, video chat, or anywhere in Snyder County, Pennsylvania today to discuss your custom wedding invitations and day-of stationery!
I genuinely enjoy helping people and finding creative solutions to problems. I love learning about your life and truly try to avoid small talk. I would rather jump right into learning about your favorite book, your best IPA recommendation, or why you decided to move to rural California on a whim. Hearing your love story or your excitement for the business you are starting up makes my heart swell, and it is my honor to play a small part in this current chapter of your life.