If your invitation does not include an inner envelope, you can follow the etiquette for outer envelopes. Two exceptions are families invited with children, and guests invited with “and Guest”. In these two cases, follow the etiquette for the standard inner envelope – children’s names are traditionally included below the parents’ names, “and Guest” is written next to the guest name.
Guide To Addressing Invitations
We hope this makes the process of addressing your wedding or mitzvah invitations a bit more fun!
Chocolate and lollipops. M&Ms and jellybeans. The ways in which we love candy are as endless as the varieties themselves. So while it’s no surprise that the perfect candy-themed affair has become a growing trend among party planners, the details included are as original and exciting as ever!
30 Ideas for a Candy Theme (Bat Mitzvah, Sweet 16, Party or Wedding)
First things first…how will you incorporate candy into your bar / bat mitzvah, party or wedding theme? READ MORE ......→
Metallic invitations are all the rage right now, and it’s no surprise as to why! A pop of gold or silver is an elegant and impressive touch, no matter your aesthetic. Minted, an online leader in wedding invitations from top independent designers, has an entire collection of metallic foil invitations to suit every style. Check out 7 of our favorites!
Wondering how to assemble your wedding or bar/bat mitzvah invitations? Who better to turn to than an expert who makes it easy and fun to follow. Heather Hildebrant of Chic Ink has just published her first episode of “Hey Heather” on YouTube featuring one of the most popular questions asked by her clients, “How do I put together our wedding invitations. The pieces are gorgeous but I want to be sure what order they go in the envelope.”
Check out Heather’s video and learn firsthand where to place the reception card, reply card and invitation in the envelope. View more from Chic Ink on mazelmoments.
Chic Ink’s Video Guide to Assembling Your Invitations
We love weddings, bar & bat mitzvahs, and event planning because every single detail can showcase your personality and creativity. The menu card is no exception.
Here is Some Inspiration for Unique Menus!
1. Circle Plate Menus
Circle plate menu cards are a beautiful way to communicate the meal options to your guests. This menu captured by Pangburn Photography was cut in a circle and placed under the clear chargers on the table. READ MORE ......→
We’re excited to share some of the top trends in invitations and stationery, from the experts at FineStationery.com. FineStationery.com offers over 90 of the most premium designers of fine stationery. Whether you are preparing for a bat mitzvah, bar mitzvah, or wedding, these unusual invitations will fit any occasion and have guests eagerly anticipating your big day.
4 Popular Styles of Wedding, Bar & Bat Mitzvah Invitations
Pocket Invitations are a great choice for any event. The pocket invitation is great option for wedding invitations or mitzvah invitations because it holds all the party stationery in one place. This unique charcoal gray pocket invitation features a square tab on the front with your chosen names beneath a buttercup chevron pattern. When opened, the pocket reveals your event details on a bright white invitation with an ombre chevron pattern at the top. Complete the look by adding your personalization. Continue the invitation suite with the response card, reception card, and directions card and you will have everything you need to have this event go without a hitch! READ MORE ......→
We are excited to have had the chance to speak with Stacy Lawrence, The Party Expert and founder of Make an Impression. Make an Impression is a boutique wedding, bat & bar mitzvah and event company with a store located in Northern New Jersey. In addition to custom invitations that range from top of the line custom to smartly priced, Make an Impression offers favors, gifts, seating charts, menus, programs, and so much more. Stacy can also provide day of wedding or party coordination with an unsurpassed amount of industry expertise to make sure vendors are doing exactly what they need to do so you can truly enjoy every moment of your special day. READ MORE ......→
Your invitation isn’t just an announcement of the who, what, when, and where. It conveys your style and gives guests a glimpse into your celebration. It’s the first taste people will get of your Jewish wedding, b’nai mitzvah or event.