Wedding Stationary Guidelines for your Spanish wedding
1. Inform your parents and godparent sponsors of your design for your wedding and work within your budget.
2. Next compare prices you might find the same similar invitation in another company's album or catalog at a lower price.(the internet is an excellent place to comparison shop)
3. If you're looking to save money the response postcard requires less postage and are cheaper to print them response cards with envelopes.
4. The use of color ink, lined inner envelopes, preprinted return addresses on the outer envelope, or sealing stickers will add extra charges to the price of your order. Remember to try to stick within your budget.
5. You may wish to purchase thank-you notes, social stationary, place cards, wedding programs, decorative marriage certificate, napkins, and printed favors along with your invitations.
6. Understand all ordering instructions and the payment terms before making your purchases. You should try to get all terms in writing.
7. You should try to order a few extra invitations for keepsakes, mistakes, and forgotten guests.
8. Always proofread your order form for spelling, including Spanish accent marks. Also have the least one other person proofread the order form .
9. Next you should assemble and address invitations according to etiquette guidelines. Spell names correctly, use proper titles such as Reverend., Doctor., and Captain, and check for correct ZIP codes.
10. Be sure that you have adequate postage on the outer envelope. Stamp all response card envelopes or post cards.
11. You should mail your invitations at what least eight weeks in advance to allow ample time for response.
12. Upgrade your guest list as responses are received. An index card file or spreadsheet can help with record keeping.