Invitations need to be written carefully. It’s the first impression of an upcoming event which everyone is excited about. There are certain etiquettes we need to know before making an invitation to avoid any blunders. We need to understand that what we think practical and proper, sometimes sound rude to other people. So here are things you should never mention in invites.
Weddings are amazing without a doubt. The entire amalgamate of culture and tradition served in one event is fascinating enough. This goes without saying that everything is special about weddings, well right from the rituals, customs to the wedding invites. A lot of us prefer keeping great wedding invitations after all it is the matter of remembrance.
There are some events in our life which are so blissful that you want to share with everyone who is valuable to you. And these events become reasons for connecting with such people and hence keep your relationship strong. Whether it’s your child’s first birthday or your promotion, a get together with your friends, colleagues, and family is probably the best way to celebrate your happiness. This also lets you connect with new people or build a rapport with someone who has recently entered into your life.
The year has been quite a rollercoaster as you have managed to work day in and day out to finally get your art gallery set up. It took tremendous amount of efforts to get all the paper work sorted. And situate it in one other the best streets that grabs the right kind of attention from some big clients. You also had to pull off those all-nighters just so you could filter out all the entries that you received. And bring them down to some of the best art pieces that you would want to include as a part of your grand opening.
Now the date is set and everything is taken care of for the event? The one thing that is left is sending out the invites? Think twice before jumping on to the paper designs for your invitation. Has the thought of online electronic invitation crossed your mind? It is not a very bad idea to consider skipping the traditional paper invitations.
Planning a wedding requires both time and finance. While you must be willing to inculcate numerous things in your wedding, it is not necessary that your budget shall allow you everything. We all know with rise in cost almost everything has gone double its actual price. Whether you talk about arranging food or venue, it doesn’t come cheap anymore.
Before everyone had smartphones, wedding planning usually comprised of paper calendars, to-do lists, thick folders and coloured sticky notes. But now, thanks to technology, planning a wedding has become easier than ever.
Video invitations? Now, what’s that? Is skipping paper really a good idea?
These are the most common apprehensions for those who are used to sending out traditional paper invites for every occasion. But think about it, you do almost everything on the web today, then why not invite online? Why not send video invitations directly to the inbox?
Max has been planning a long summer vacation trip to his nearest outstation. But to fulfill his trip he needs a gang to move out with. Last time when Max planned the same, only a few of his friends joined the trip and the rest showed some kind of disinterest. So, this time, Max planned something unique to make it really work out.
With the strike of the clock its 12 am now and she is eagerly waiting that the door will open right now and there will be a shower of kisses, hugs, blessings and much more. Most of all she was excited to know what her loving younger sister staying abroad has in store for her.