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There are so many options for bridal shower invitations. Now that you have found yourself among watercolor bridal shower invitations, you may be wondering what information to include on these cards. Here is a look at the most important details you need to include on a bridal shower invitation.
Who Is the Bride?
The name of the person celebrated for this bridal shower is the most important piece of information to put on the invitations. Traditional etiquette says to use the bride's current name, whether she intends to change it after the ceremony or not.
When and Where Is the Shower?
After knowing whose shower it is, anyone who receives an invitation needs to know where to go and when. Among your maid of honor duties is choosing a great venue for the shower that is either personal or a level of fancy you don't get to enjoy every day.
Either on the front or the back of your shower invitations, you can let attendees know how dressy the event is going to be. Is it a glam cocktail party, or an afternoon of facials in your yoga pants?
Where Is the Couple Registered?
If you expect gifts for this shower, then the back of the card is a good place to include one or more places where the future married couple have registered. In some cases, a couple prefers donations to a charity or other non-standard gift, an alternative to a registry.
How Are RSVPs Handled?
For a more formal party, you may need to know how many guests are attending and need people to RSVP in some way. A watercolor RSVP card is a nice alternative to putting your phone number or email address. Choosing and designing bridal shower invites is easy with the tools on the Shutterfly website. Once you're done, we offer multiple shipping options, including the opportunity to have invites mailed right to your list of recipients.