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Your save the date cards and your wedding invitations are a personal expression of your wedding style. Think about it ... the save the date cards and your wedding invitations are the first impressions your guests will have about your event. They set the tone ... formal, casual, elegant, fun!

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Information to Include in Your Wedding Invitations

Denver brides are amazingly creative with their wedding invitations, gleaning ideas from Pinterest and other wedding websites to really make their invitations one of a kind. Whether you are opting for more of a traditional style or if creating something completely unique, there are basics that need to be included in the invitation so your guests have all the important information.

MUST INCLUDES

  • Wedding Date
  • Ceremony Start Time
  • Wedding Location & Address
  • Reception Location
  • Reception Start Time (if not immediately following the ceremony)
  • RSVP Information

NICE TO INCLUDE

  • Maps to the Venues
  • Attire Information (Especially if it's a formal event)
  • Whether or not a Guest and/or Children are Welcome with the Invitee

POSTAGE

Never assume what the postage will be. Once you have your wedding invitations created and ready to send, be sure you take one complete invitation (with all insertions) to the post office and have it weighed.

WHEN TO MAIL

Traditionally, all wedding invitations should be mailed at the same time to avoid hurt feelings. Mail invitations four to six weeks before the event to ensure your guests have time to reply. There can be excpetions to this iIf you have the majority of your family coming from out of town. If most of your local friends are in town, you might consider sending your invitations in two mailings. The first set of invitations goes out earlier to your to your out of town guests to allow them time to plan the trip. As you receive RSVPs from out-of-towners, you'll have a good feel for how many will be attending. You can then send your local invitations the typical 4-6 week prior.

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Denver Wedding and Denver Reception Guide, DenverWeddingCenter.com, is a complete wedding and reception planning website for Denver brides. DenverWeddingCenter.com offers Denver Colorado wedding planning resources, a wedding professionals directory, and wedding planning tips unique to the Denver Colorado area. If you are planning a Denver wedding, a themed wedding or a special event such as a Denver reception and need the services of local wedding professionals, we hope to be of service to you! Our team serves all of the greater Denver area, providing wedding information in the Colorado Rockies, including Pueblo, Colorado Springs, Boulder, and Fort Collins. At DenverWeddingCenter.com we pride ourselves on maintaining the most complete and up-to-date resources for your Denver area wedding and reception.