By Ester Shaffer. Party Invitations. Published at Tuesday, January 09th, 2018 - 10:09:31 AM.
5. A Puzzling Approach: Take your invitation, either hand written, printed or one of those ones you can buy in a pad. After writing, glue to a piece of card stock. On the back create a jigsaw puzzle effect by either drawing odd shapes or mimicking a traditional jigsaw design. Now cut up the invitation accordingly and pop all the pieces in an envelope. Your little guests will need to put the invitation together in order to read it.
If you are having a light-hearted, themed wedding, you can easily find or make wedding invitations that match the theme. You can find invitations that have sparkly dice, a picture of Elvis, or even Star Trek images, depending on how casual you want your wedding invitations to be. Also, if you dont have a theme for your wedding, but you still want to send out casual invitations that make it clear to your guests that you are having a destination wedding, you can find invitations with pictures or drawings of the Strip or the famous Las Vegas welcome sign.
Usually, the maid of honor plans the bridal shower and sends out the invitation so she should keep some basic tenets in mind. First, the bride-to-be is a princess for a day. Second, send out invitations 2 weeks ahead of time to give everyone time to prepare. Third, dont invite guests to the shower if theyre not invited to the wedding, for obvious reasons. Fourth, plan to have the shower in the afternoon. Fifth, use board games and other games to help the guests get to know each other. Sixth, dont pressure the guests into giving expensive gifts if they cant afford them. Cheap gifts can be just as good and functional. Include a list of inexpensive items on the registry for cash-strapped bridal shower guests. Seventh, choose a few good movies that all the girls will love to watch. These are especially fun at the end of the night after a few bottles of wine or champagne.
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