There’s so much information to share with guests when you are having a destination wedding.
So when Arminda and Fernando invited their family and friends to their Mexico wedding, they decided to do it with a letter.
They mixed 2 of our designs: the Mexico map for their RSVP and the Moroccan Tile for the letter design. Using the same ivory background and subdued mustard, champagne and dark coral colors helped keep the design cohesive.
So is an invitation letter right for you?
Maybe. Here are some things to consider:
Letters are best when there is a lot of information to convey. That’s typical for a destination wedding where hotel and travel information is important to share.
Small Guest List
A letter has the feeling of intimacy, like you are sharing something with your closest family and friends. A 200 person guest list may not fit that vibe.
Doing Your Own Thing
A letter is also an unconventional choice. So if you are having a very formal, traditional wedding, sending an invitation makes more sense.
With a letter format, you can describe what guests can expect. You can also include:
- location and accommodations information
- any dress code
- and fun stuff, such as why you picked this venue
If you decide to go with a letter, you’ll still want to give your guests an easy way to RSVP.
Want to learn more?
The designs used in this letter are available online in your custom colors from our Etsy handmade stationery shop.
Or contact us via email at ido at imbueyou.com to see how we can use your wedding colors with our designs or something more custom like a letter.
Photography by ImbueYou.com