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June 05 2015


A Pretty Sample Of Wording For Wedding Invitations

When it comes to wedding preparations, doing proper wording for wedding invitations, can be a little bit tricky. Is it good enough? Is it too simple? Is it informative? You should analyze every aspect before sending out the invites. You should consider other details, also. A proper wedding invitation must contain a direction page, an RSVP separate page - if you're sending RSVP's, another page for the wedding date and a "Thank You!" message at the end. Sure, you can combine all these informations in just one page but it just be too many details for one page.
Here's a wonderful example of good wording for wedding invitations. Feel free to use it on your own.

Note the details. The bride's and groom's first names are highlighted, as well as the wedding date and wedding location. RSVP is simple, and directions are easy to follow. As you can notice, the font and design is kept the same on every page. The "Thank you!" message should be adressed from the bride and groom. You can use first names on this one, too.

Be creative with your wedding speech! Follow this creative guideline and capture your moment perfectly so everyone will remember it!



May 19 2015


How To Make Your Own Wedding Invitations - Things To Consider

Learning how to make your own wedding invitations can take a lot of time, so it is best to start ahead. Considering the fact that the wedding invites are sent out two or three moths prior to the wedding, you should start doing them much sooner than you will think.
You budget is getting lower and lower and you simply don't have the money to buy expensive pre-made invitations? It's allright because you're not supposed to spend too much money on invitations anyways. People read it only once or twice and then they usually throw them away after the wedding.
So, how to make your own wedding invitations? The easiest way is to create the invitations on your computer. Use Microsoft Word or Publisher, they are easy to learn and free. Have ten dollars to spare? Consider buying cheap online softwares that you can use whenever you like. They are a good investment because you can also create birthday parties invites or greeting cards, so feel free to try one.

You want something as simple as possible? Print out your text and use rubber stamps ot embossing powder to decorate them. If your guests list contain more than 200 invites, consider clearing up your schedule for 4-5 hours.
lso, check with your local print shop, and ask for leftover envelopes. They should be available and you could get a great discount.
Don't forget to print on the invitations, the wedding date, time and location.
If you send an RSVP, also consider providing all the information required for the guests to respond to: phone number, e-mail adress or home adress.
Be sure to have some money aside for the postage for all invitations. For the people located in the same town with you, you should really consider hand-delivering, as it may save you a ton of money. Also, when you go out with your friends, try giving the invitations when you meet them, so you won't forget later and will have to use the post office if you're running out of time.
I hope this will be useful to you, I sure know it helped me when the I got married a few years ago.
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May 05 2015


Funny wedding speeches - everything there is to know

Funny wedding speeches are very important if you want to make the audience laugh and to remember this moment that you have waited your entire life. You must consider the fact that a lot a lot of speeches have been ruined by bad jokes, so think carefully when doing one. A good tip for you is that you never ever ever start a wedding speech with "Adolf Hitler once said...".
So what do we have to do to create funny wedding speeches? In the beginning, understand your audience. If most of the guests are close friends and family you must know about how they perceive a certain type of humour Reflect the humour in certain situations and not on people as this can make them feel unconfortable about something embarrasing that happened to them. But if you carefully plan your words you can use some mother-in-law jokes, blonde jokes or priest jokes for instance.
Also you can use self-deprecating humour as a lot of people tend to enjoy the kind of jokes.

Here's a nice example of self-deprecating humour:"When I was younger, the neighbour's kid was terrified of me.One day I got close to the child and whispered to him: Don't be scared, little boy! I don't eat children...on Sundays!".
In-jokes are also good for funny speeches if both families are from the same community and they know each other for some time now.
Word play is recommended when the audience speak the same language, and if there are people in the audience that does not speak you language you probably should not use word play. They could be funny to someone else but in these situations not everyone will enjoy them. Consider this aspect if there are too many non-english speakers, for instance, in the audience.
This beeing said, I hope my information vas valuable to you and good luck in picking the right funny lines in your wedding speech.


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