Archive of ‘ETIQUETTE/TIPS’ category

Friday Feature: The ‘Wild About You’ Modern Wedding Invitation Suite

Today we unleash bold glamour with a daring new modern wedding invitation suite, ‘Wild About You‘. This design deftly combines trend-inspired pattern and oversized typefaces in classic black-and-gold color palette with a superb mix of letterpress and foils. The exciting results are yours to enjoy! Lazaro Gown via Kleinfeld Bridal || Ring by Elisa Bricker […]

7 Tips for Wedding Invitation Envelopes

A wedding invitation should have a distinctive look when it arrives in the mail—a crisply addressed envelope, an arrangement of custom stamps, and heavy, thick paper. These details signal something special awaits. In fact, it’s the envelope that makes the very first first impression of your wedding day. So here are 7 things to consider […]

Addressing Wedding Invitations to Same-sex Couples

The general rule for guest addressing wedding invitations to same-sex couples is that the rules are constantly evolving. This is an area of etiquette that knows no tradition. What matters most is making guests feel welcome. But for practical purposes, we’ve summarized a few useful tips here for addressing married and unmarried same-sex couples, both […]

Introduction to Monogrammed Wedding Invitations

At Kleinfeld Paper, we pay close attention to trends pushing wedding stationery etiquette to evolve with the realities of modern-day weddings. One of these is monogrammed wedding invitations. More than just a traditional mark of social grace, the wedding monogram is increasingly popular as an emblem of signature wedding style and is bending some old-school […]

Enclosure Cards for Wedding Invitations

Today, besides wedding response cards with envelopes, couples often include other smaller-sized cards, called enclosure cards. Adding a special enclosure card calls attention to certain information and lessens the chance important details will be overlooked if only available on your wedding website. Here’s a look at specific wedding enclosures and the reasons for them: Traditional […]