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Sending out invitations is an enjoyable and tangible way to prepare for your upcoming wedding. While there is a lot of leeway in the types of invitations you send, as well as the structure of the wedding itself, there are some common guidelines to follow.
Invitations are generally sent out between six and eight weeks before the ceremony. If you want to let your loved ones know further in advance, save the date cards make for great mailers. For added fun, you can send save the date magnets instead. Magnets are often displayed on the refrigerator, which helps guests remember the date. No matter what type of save the date mailer you send, wait to list your registry information until you send out your actual invitations. List the RSVP date on your invitations at two or three weeks before the wedding. This will give you enough time to finalize the headcount and make any last minute arrangements.
Wedding Paper Divas makes it easy to choose wedding invitations that match your personal style. Whitney Port is best known for her roles in The Hills and The City, and she’s developed a charming line of stationery that represents her feminine style. Whitney Port wedding invitations represent the best of different decades. Her soft and sophisticated color palette makes for a card collection that is visually striking without being heavy. With Port’s background in fashion, she knows how to make stunning prints, both on fabric and on cardstock. Wedding Paper Divas carries Whitney Port’s line at an affordable price, so you can implement part of this designer’s signature style into your wedding planning.
If you do decide to send out save the date cards, Whitney Port has a selection of these as well. By choosing her design for both the save the date cards and the invitations, you can focus on a theme that will add a level of sophistication to your wedding stationery.
"This card turned out great. Had it printed on the extra thick matte card stock and the quality was even better than I expected. Customer service worked with me to help ensure that the white lettering was legible, and overall, I was very satisfied with our invites. The print quality was a little pixelated, but the matte printing may have been to blame. Nevertheless, we got lots of compliments, and I would certainly recommend the invite."
"I used the standard paper with rounded edges. The paper is very good quality, feels nice and thick, and looks gorgeous! The design is beautiful and goes perfectly with our wedding theme. The designer was also awesome, we asked to change some wording and it turned out great! Definitely recommend :)"
"Very happy we ordered these! The review process was so easy, and they got back to us with our revisions (of which, there were a few!) within hours. The quality of paper in person was really high quality! They came within a matter of days. And the theme was perfect and awesome for our beach wedding of 160 people- ethereal and kind of artsy. So happy we found this site and decided to take a chance on buying our wedding invites without seeing (and feeling) the final product. They were exceptionally nice and exceeded my expectations. Highly recommend the card quality, the options, and the whole ordering and review process. Worth every penny."
"We are so happy with these invitations. They are very unique and the quality is awesome. I was surprised at how excited my Fiance was about them, his favorite part being the back of the invitations. We're excited to see what our guests think!"
"This card was beautifully worded and designed. The theme fits well with our hidden vineyard, bohemian barn wedding. I really like the watercolor look. Politely worded but not too formal, it fits my fiance and I perfectly and the feel that we are trying to achieve on our wedding day."