Posts Tagged ‘invitation etiquette’

Wedding Invitations: The Best Designs of the Year and 10 Reasons Hitch Studio is Better Than Ordering Online

There are three full-time designers on staff at Hitch Studio — and we LOVE designing wedding invitations! We love meeting with brides and their families, we love designing the perfect invitation for each engaged couple, and we love helping them choose paper and details in person. We LOVE their love stories — and wedding invitations…

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Wedding Invitations: Addressing the Envelopes Correctly

Weddings are full of etiquette rules. Some rules were made to be broken! (Examples: who says you need wedding cake, who says you can’t have a bridesman or a groomswoman, who says you can’t get married on a Friday?!)  Addressing your envelopes with the names on your guest list is one of those etiquette rules…

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The Six Most Common Wedding Invitation Mistakes (and How Hitch Can Fix Them)

We were inspired by this article on TheKnot.com. So, Hitch Design Studio wanted to share some “mistakes” and “fixes” for wedding invitations that we commonly see while designing couples’ wedding invitations. We believe that designing you custom designed wedding invitations will be a more stress-free and guess-proof option than online or DIY invitations. You can read more about…

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How to Ask for Money on your Gift Registry (And Should You?)

The short answer? Yes, we think it’s okay. We shouldn’t forget that a wedding isn’t about collecting presents. It’s about celebrating your union with your friends and family. You should want to have the same ceremony and celebration even if nobody brought gifts at all. But, of course, people want to bring gifts, so is…

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Wedding Invitation Etiquette: 10 Little-Known Facts

Are you following these little-known tips when addressing your wedding invitations? They seem minor, but avoiding all these potential mistakes make your wedding invitations much more professional. If you have a specific question, feel free to ask us at Hitch. There are many more where these came from. Here are 10 to get you started: 1. Try…

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