Tip #1: Number your RSVP’s
Set up your guest list in an Excel Spreadsheet. Print out a copy of your guest list and use that as a guide to keep yourself organized. To make sure all guests are accounted for, put a small number on the back of each response card to prevent any confusion if you can’t read your guests handwriting when they return their RSVP back to you.
Tip #17: Numbers Game!
You only need One invitation per household, Not per Guest. So, 200 guests does not mean 200 invitations. Organize your guest list according to how many guests are in each home and you will know your Household quantity.
Emma and Brandon were married on April 29th, 2017 at The University Club of Chicago. This couple had a single layer card, digitally printed with a custom design created by NoteworthyNotes.
They wanted to their invitation to have more of a traditional feel. We were able to show that through a beautiful, Handwritten Script font that added an elegance and formality to the entirety of the invite along with a lovely floral detail that is shown on the insert pieces.
Printing in gold ink adds a richness to the invite and is a great neutral which helps express the pops of color in the floral detail. They also wanted to bring in a mdoern twist as a surprise element. We decided on a Gold Foil, Geometric Pattern Envelope Liner. This gave them the modern twist they were going for, as well as the surpirse element when their guests recevied and opened the invitations.
Emma and Brandon also asked that we print their Wedding ” Day of Items”. Shown is their Dinner Menu and their Ceremony Program. To keep everything cohesive, we used the same ink color, fonts and artwork that was shown throughout their invitation suite.
Congratulations again Emma and Brandon! It was a pleasure working with you in creating your beautiful invitations and being able to contribute to your special day!