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Interested in finding out how to design your own wedding stationary? When interested in designing your own invitations, start by finding styles, shapes, sizes that speak to you. It completely sets the tone of your of your wedding. Then looking for fonts, a good place to start is www.myfonts.com. With our online tool, you can upload your own designs and have them printed, or design them online with the editing tool. We have a selection of elegant fonts to choose from.
Once you pick out what you like, make sure that you know that your invitations are mailable. If your invitation is a square make sure that your post office will be able to mail them wit in your budget, often times the post office will charge extra if it is an unique size. With thank you cards .com we can ship you your cards for you to hand sign, and our sizes always are mailable at the post office. We even provide variable data on the inside of your card so you don't have to write out the entire message. Simply compose your message, collect your addresses, and we will print the messages with the variable addressee on the inside of the card. When you receive your box of invitations, find a nice pen, and sign your name on the cards. You can even have a special US stamp made with a photo of the couple ready to peal off and place on the front of the card.
It would be nice to have all your wedding stationary match and it would be convenient to have all your stationary ready to go. Waiting for the designer finish designing a wedding invitation can be a nightmare if time is an issue. Start with a calendar, and make sure to note the date to send out your save the date, invitations, and thank you cards. Choose a look and feel that matches the wedding colors and patterns, and purchasing them around the same time, allows you to have the labels all made at once for everything. With thank you cards .com you can have your invitee address list loaded into our data base, and from there the variable data will address each person individually. You may then use the same variable data for your "Engagement Party" invitations, "Save The Date" notices, your "Bridal Shower" Invitations, your "Bridal Shower" thank you notes, your "Bachelorette Party", and "Bachelor Party" invitations, your "Rehearsal Dinner" invitations, your "Wedding" invitations, and your "Wedding Gift" invitations! You can change the cards size, and individual card's look, while keeping some of the same design features that ties together the theme of your wedding, found in our online template gallery. You can save all your designs at once, and either purchase them all at once or purchase them when the time comes.
We recommend sending out "Save The Date" notices at least six months before the date of the wedding. Thank you cards sent after the bridal shower, should be sent out two weeks after the shower. Especially, the loved one that gave you the shower! For these special people, such as the maid of honor, father of the bride etc. a little gift is also recommended. We recommend sending out "Thank You" cards for wedding gifts with in one year after the wedding.
Written by one of our ThankYouCards.com staff writers, Vanessa Stark