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How To Write a Wedding Thank-You Card Note: Tips and Examples

Wedding thank-you cards don’t have to be long. As long as your wedding thank-you card wording is personal and features heartfelt words of gratitude, you can keep it short and sweet. Adjust your opening and closing lines based on whether you are sending your cards to friends, family, or colleagues. Whilst you can type part of your wedding thank-you card to express your gratitude for your guests’ attendance on your big day, you will still need to add a handwritten note for the specific gifts that you received. Photo credits: Sarah, fotografiaerende You should send them within the first three […]

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Is It Okay to E-mail Wedding Thank You Cards?

Is It Okay to E-mail Wedding Thank-You Cards?

There are some wedding details that are best left “old school,” and your wedding correspondence is one of them. Technology has done wonders for wedding planning, from seamless budget tracking to super-easy ways to share inspiration with your vendors. But not everything is better when technology is involved. For example, what if your e-mails find themselves sitting in the spam folder and never reach your guests!  Just like your save-the-dates, invitations and thank-you cards are an essential part of how you communicate with your guests, and handwritten notes are still the way to go. Sending an e-mail, Facebook message, or […]

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Guess The Dress

Guess The Dress – A Fun Game Card for Your Bridal Shower

Brides-to-be often ask me for guest entertainment ideas that will create joyful moments with family and friends, and this is one of my suggestions. Guess the Dress game card is a fun game to add to your bridal or wedding shower. You can play it with your family and friends at your bridal or wedding shower by having your guests draw what they think the bride-to-be will wear on her wedding day. Try it and keep your guests laughing. Let’s start! The first step – you need to print your Wedding Mad-Libs file at the end of this blog post. […]

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9 Things Guests Should Not Wear to a Wedding

9 Things Guests Should Not Wear to a Wedding

What to wear to a wedding is already a doozy to figure out if it’s not included on the invitation. Despite it being a common tradition for the bride to wear white on her wedding day, some guests really do turn up to weddings in white dresses. There’s only one exception to this rule: You can only wear it if the dress code calls for an all-white wedding.  Photo Credits: Todd Ruth You can guess the style of the wedding when you look at the invitation, but this isn’t always the case.  Related: 4 Easy Ways to Know What to […]

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A Fun Way to Entertain Your Wedding Guests with this Simple Mad-Libs

A Fun Way To Entertain Your Wedding Guests With This Simple Mad-Libs

Are you searching for a fun way to entertain your wedding guests? So, take a look at this simple Wedding Mad-Libs or Wed-Libs, an entertaining and easy game perfect for any type of wedding event. Let’s start! The first step – you need to print your Wedding Mad-Libs file at the end of this blog post. You can print it from any printer in black ink.  You can choose any paper color to match your event. In this case, I chose white.  The second step – cut the sheets and remember to print the instructions on the back. The third […]

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6 Simple Tips To Renewing Your Wedding Vows Easily

6 Simple Tips To Renewing Your Wedding Vows Easily

Michelle M. Winner says that vow renewals are a heartfelt way to celebrate your love and reaffirm the promises you made to each other on your wedding day. If you are thinking about having a vow renewal ceremony, a joyous celebration of your marriage can be planned comfortably and confidently with a little guidance from the experts. What Is a Vow Renewal? A vow renewal is a celebratory ceremony for a married couple to reaffirm their commitment to each other. They are especially popular on milestone anniversaries (10, 25, or 50 years); however, there is no rule as to when […]

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How to tell your guests that you are postponing your wedding day

How to tell your guests that you are postponing your wedding day

Due to the global Coronavirus circumstance, many brides have asked me to change their wedding date, venue, times in their wedding invitations, not to mention the disappointment they are feeling. It is understandable and it’s heartbreaking every time I know about their situation. Despite everything, we have to adapt to reality and, as a stationer, my advice to act in the best way. How: Use your website to updated all the details so your guests can be informed. On the other hand, when you inform about the postponement, try to be clear and brief, to avoid confusing your guests. Whether […]

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