A wedding invitation has a big, bold headline that you can’t ignore.
And with the internet becoming a ubiquitous way of getting to know someone, you can find the perfect invitation online.
Zola’s invitations have an eclectic mix of styles and themes and you can expect to find an invitation for a large family or just a few friends.
The style is a little quirky and the invitation can have a range of colors.
But don’t worry, you’ll still be able to find the right one.
The zola Wedding invitation can include a range or even all of the same pictures, but it’s best to ask your Zola representative if there’s a specific photo they’d like you to send.
It’s also good to ask what they think of the guest list.
“The best way to get the invitations out there is to ask them for a guest list, because the guests are the ones who actually get to decide who’s going to be on the list,” said Janae Williams, Zola Canada’s head of marketing and communications.
“If you don’t get a response, you should try to ask questions.
If you’re going to do that, it might be best to have a guest sign on the invitation to ensure it’s done properly.”
It’s worth noting that most invitations will only include a picture of the guests, and will not say anything about them.
“I think it’s a good idea to have the invitation be a bit more casual,” Williams said.
“You can tell the guest they’re going on a date, but you won’t be giving them any details about their date or the dates of their stay.”
What to expect with the invitation Zola invites are usually very simple and straightforward.
There are no long introductions or photos to take.
The guest list should be set out on the table.
A couple of weeks before a date that they’ve been asked to attend, the guests should be seated and asked if they’d be interested in being the guests of honor at the wedding.
“It’s good to set a date for the day before that you’re looking forward to.
And there are some great places in town where they can do that.
So just get to know the people who are going to the wedding, so you can figure out what kind of guests you want and what kind they can handle,” Williams added.
“And then you can start planning the ceremony and reception.”
Zola invitations are great for small, intimate weddings, but don’t expect the invitations to have guests.
“There’s nothing really special about an invitation to a small wedding,” Williams advised.
“What you really want is the right guest list and that’s where you can really make an impact and get the guests to commit.”
In order to get an invite that’s really special to you, you need to have some ideas about what kind or size of guests your Zolese guests are.
“As soon as you ask a couple of questions about what you would like to do and what the venue is, you get a list of the kind of people that will be there, and then you know you have a good way to plan for the guests,” Williams explained.
She advises getting the guest lists done before the date so you don,t have to worry about them changing the day of the date.
And if you don)t have the money to make the wedding a big event, Williams recommends asking a friend to be the one to hold the ceremony.
“Once you’ve figured out what size you want, you know that you’ll have a pretty good idea about what people are going, and you know how to schedule the things you want the guests going to,” Williams concluded.
“So that’s what’s really important when you’re planning an invitation.”
Here are some of the questions you should ask to get your guests on the Zola invitation: What kind of wedding would you like to go to?
What kind will your guests like to celebrate?
What is your wedding budget?
Will you be able pay for everything yourself?
Can you bring your own food?
Will the guests have a pool table?
What are the guest expectations?
What time is it?
Will there be a reception?
Will guests wear special clothes?
What will the guests bring to the ceremony?
Will your guests have any special dietary restrictions?
What if I have a health condition that prevents me from going to my own wedding?
Will my guests be able see all of my personal belongings?
Can I bring my own photos?
How many people will be able attend the wedding?
Can we have a photo of the bride and groom?
Will all the guests wear the same attire?
Will a couple have to wear matching dresses?
What would the ceremony look like?
Will I be able pick my own flowers?
What can I bring to a wedding?
What’s the guest dress code?
Will someone have to dress up for me?
What do you mean I’m not invited?
What color is my guest dress?
Will we have to pay to have my guest dressed