Invitation FAQ

Our most frequent questions

It’s always a good idea to send out your save the date cards at least 6-5 months before you plan on exchanging vows. This will give guests plenty of time for any last minute changes in their plans, and make sure they have an understanding about when exactly it is that wedding season begins! You can also send invitations 1-2 months prior if there are still spots available – don’t forget too add deadlines because people could get lazy.

Waiting 4 months before the wedding is fine but leaving that little amount of time will incur a higher cost do to the rush. And remeber you still need your wedding invitations to be created and sent out.

I hope this helps clear up some confusion around how long ahead one needs to schedule things like sending invites or RSVP replies so everything goes off smoothly without being chaotic.

Your official wedding invitations should be sent 8-6 weeks before your big day. They are an important reminder to all of the details that need to take place, including RSVPs, catering choices, transportation, and the location.

A Save The Date Invitation is essentially a card to preper your guests for your wedding.

A Wedding Invitation is your official invite to your wedding party. The wedding invitation gracefully asks your guest to attend your wedding, it also displays the wedding location, time, transportation, etc,

Do you want to make sure your guests can find their table at your wedding? A table number is like a serial code for your wedding. It’s used to ensure that no one gets lost and all the guests know where they need be seated!

The assigned seating option at a wedding is an excellent way to ensure that every guest has their table filled. 

We recommend getting a seating chart so there is less confusion for your guests when finding a seat to watch, eat, and socialize.