The responsibility of addressing the envelope traditionally belong to the mother of the bride but this task can be outsource to a professional calligrapher, a friend with good penmanship, labeled and also printed directly on envelopes from a guest list using computer software like words.
Invitation design is continually changing and evolving to match current trends. Today's invitations generally match the style of the couple as well as the level of formality of the event. A casual Miami beach wedding usually have pastel, fresh colors and beach-related graphics. A formal church wedding may have more script typefaces and ornamentation that matches the formal nature of the event. The design of the invitation is becoming less and less traditional and more reflective of the bride and groom personality.
The wedding invitation often included in the ensemble the R.S.V.P., reception card, response card with corresponding envelope, map or direction card, registry card.
The R.S.V.P. card should be stamped prior to sending the invitation as a courtesy for the guest to send their response easily. R.S.V.P. cards are typically including an envelope, or more recently, are in the form of a postcard to save postage fees and the expense of the envelope. The reception card is used to lists the addresses and times of any post-wedding events, such as a cocktail hour, dinner or dance. Map or direction cards provide details about the location of the wedding and reception. The registry card are usually given to the couple once they do their registry at the store of their choice, it has the store name, their customer number and name, and it makes it easy for guests to purchase a gift of the couple's choice.
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