Question Asked: 18/12/2018 Wedding Date: 9/08/2018
At a minimum your wedding invitation should include the usual who, what, when, where that we used to learn at school! The who is who is who is invited, it's important to make it clear for details such as plus ones or children depending on what sort of wedding you're planning. What is obviously your wedding and your names, when you have your date and time as well as when you want your RSVPs back by, and the where is your location for your ceremony and/or reception if it's different. A lot of couples also choose to include the names of their parents in their invitations, but this comes down to personal preference. Additional optionals you might then also want to include are details such as dress code, location details with transport, accommodation, or even a wedding website if you have this. This is where different cards within the invitation come in handy - so while your invitation will give all the key details relevant to the wedding, additional cards such as an RSVP card with dietary requirements or menu choice can help get all of those extra details together.
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