Post # 1
I’m ordering invites from David’s Bridal and just want an extra eye to double check the wording and spelling.
Also, do you think 100 lined envelopes for $40 is worth it?
Post # 3
They seem good to me! I’m not sure what the going rate for lined envelopes is but thats less than 50 cents each so I guess its fine!
Post # 4
I don’t notice any glaring mistakes.
Lined envelopes are expensive. If it’s important to you, then get them!
Post # 5
A suggestion only. For the RSVP cards, it can be helpful to say:
____ of ______ persons will attend (you fill in the number of people invited in the second blank)
we have reserved ___ seats in your honor
________ persons will attend
This helps to remind people that only 2 are invited (not the whole family)
Post # 6
Very nice. And I’m really jealous of your venue.
Post # 7
I don’t see any typos! I think $40 is a good price for the envelopes, I think I paid $26 for 100 pearlescent non-lined envelopes so an extra 14 to have them lined seems fair to me. Also, you might want to blur out your venue or something. I’m sure its fine really… but no need to invite issues 🙂
Post # 8
I think your rsvp cards are fine. I think writing the numbers can be rub some people the wrong way.
Post # 9
i know a lot of people do it, but in the year, ‘and’ isn’t supposed to be included. tons of people do it, so i wouldn’t worry about it, it’s just a pet peeve of mine;)
Post # 10
I believe “Two Thousand Eleven” is considered correct, rather than “Two Thousand AND Eleven.” Please correct me if I’m wrong.
Post # 12
- Wedding: January 2011 - Vintage Villas
Yeah, I’m with the PPs on the “Two Thousand Eleven” thing, but that’s something most people probably won’t notice. I’m just anal about these things. 🙂
I think they look great! I love the simplicity of the design – very elegant!
Post # 13
Thanks for pointing out the “and” in the year. I do like it better without it.
@cardigan-thanks for commenting on the simplicity of the design. i really really wanted invites that were a little more fun and colorful but when it came down to it, we decided it just wasn’t worth the money. I know my crowd and most of them will not look at the invite for more than 5 seconds.
@corgitale-i meant to blur the location but I can’t figure out how to remove the pic and add a new one. Oh well, hope no one uninvited shows up. We do have security at the door….. 🙂