3 Wedding Invite Tips During Covid-19

  • Jul 29, 2020

Pro Digital Photos // Brooke Bakken Photography

We all asked for RSVPs … and Covid laughed.

It’s been a year, y’all. But that doesn’t mean we can’t be prepared! To help you navigate your wedding’s pretty paper trail, UVB talked to #UVBvendor Pro Digital Photos. Here are three tips from owner Veronica Chapman.

1. KNOW YOUR ANNOUNCEMENT OPTIONS

Wedding dates have been up in the air. Guest count policies have changed. Nuptials have been postponed to 2021. And elopements have skyrocketed. Wherever you fall into those categories, here are some inviting ways to share the news with your loved ones.

POSTPONEMENT CARD Send your guests a pretty “postponement” announcement to let them know that while your love is still on — your plans are on hold! Include a sweet note thanking friends for their flexibility and support.

ELOPEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT Did you and your honey say “I do” now rather than later? Send out an announcement that says you tied the knot! Even if you’re now honeymooners, your friends and family will still want to celebrate your love (and hang your announcement on their fridge!).

TRADITIONAL ANNOUNCEMENT Have your date and sticking to it no matter how the party will change? Send out an invitation like it’s 2019! (Except, you know, with the correct dates.)

Pro Digital Photos // Brooke Bakken Photography

Pro Digital Photos

2. DESIGN NOW, PRINT LATER

If you fall into the “postponement” category, Veronica at Pro Digital Photos recommends getting your invitations designed and perfected now, and then waiting to print them once you have your final date and venue. This will enable you to check off a big “to do” in the limbo phase, alleviate stress, and save you time in the long run. Win win!

3. WEDDING WEBSITE

Do you have a wedding website? Make one! It’s a great way to keep people informed of your ever-changing wedding plans. You can print your wedding website URL on your paper invitations, and that will direct guests to your website for continual updates and changes. Print AND online — it’s the best of both wedding worlds! Check out these sites that have free wedding website templates: Wix.com, TheKnot.com, Zola.com.

 

If you have more questions, contact Veronica at Pro Digital Photos for a FREE 30-minute phone consultation! Or you can stop by their Pleasant Grove shop anytime! 

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