Post # 1
We are having two receptions! The traditional wedding & reception here in Los Angeles, and a Korean ceremony and reception will be held in Monterey (up north). I told my Future Mother-In-Law that I am willing to DIY the invitations for the korean ceremony but she decided it will be in KOREAN wording. UMm.. i guess it will be tough since I am not Korean. Any help with KOREAN wording. Im clueless on where to start!
Post # 3
Hi! The biggest Korean store in LA for wedding invitations is: Bethel Printing. They are located on 235 n. western ave
The price is very reasonable if you go with the typical Korean invitation (without an RSVP becoz Koreans usually do not RSVP).
Go there with your fiancé or someone Korean you know. They may give you a discount. Also since they have done so many invitations they may be able to write them for you based on sample invitations. Check them out before you do it yourself. It may save yourself a lot lot of time and headache.
Post # 4
i dont know if this is a possibility but we downloaded a program on Word where you can type in Korean. I dont really know how it works, as im not korean either but my FH just typed it up himself. he gave it to his parents to proofread and then we just printed it ourselves on nice cardstock. maybe someone from his side of the family can help you – either use an old invitation and copy the wording (which is what we did) or maybe someone knows or has the program for Word.