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The etiquette of wedding invitations: dos and don'ts

Wedding invitations are an important part of the wedding planning process, and there are certain etiquette rules that couples should follow when designing and sending them. Here are some dos and don'ts to keep in mind when creating your wedding invitations:


  1. Do include all of the necessary information, such as the names of the bride and groom, the date, time, and location of the wedding, and the RSVP deadline.

  2. Do use formal language and proper grammar in your wedding invitation wording.

  3. Do send your wedding invitations at least 6-8 weeks before the wedding to give guests enough time to make travel arrangements and RSVP.

  4. Do include an RSVP card or other means of allowing guests to RSVP, such as a wedding website.

  5. Do address your wedding invitations properly, including titles and full names for each recipient.

  6. Do consider including additional information or inserts with your wedding invitations, such as a map, accommodations information, or details about the dress code.


  1. Don't include registry information on your wedding invitations. It's considered tacky to ask for gifts in this way.

  2. Don't use casual or informal language in your wedding invitation wording, such as slang or abbreviations.

  3. Don't send out your wedding invitations too early, as guests may forget about the wedding or lose the invitation.

  4. Don't use nicknames or informal titles when addressing your wedding invitations.

  5. Don't include too much information or clutter your wedding invitation with unnecessary details or graphics.

  6. Don't forget to proofread your wedding invitation wording for spelling and grammar errors before sending it out.

By following these dos and don'ts, Fusign helps to create perfect wedding cards for couples that are both beautiful and proper, and that will ensure a memorable and elegant wedding celebration.

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