Shopping For Your Holiday Cards and Wedding Invitations

You know how wedding planning is – everything months in advance so you can secure the best venue, get the perfect dress, and make sure everyone can make it to the date you chose. You’re probably planning already for next year’s big event, but while you’re here searching for the perfect wedding invitations, why not take the time to pick out your holiday cards, too?

Holiday cards are one of the easiest, nicest ways to remind your friends and relatives that you’re thinking about them during the holiday season. If your winter wedding planning schedule leaves you with barely any time to hang the mistletoe (and appreciate it!), though, don’t fret. Sending out holiday cards that feel personal can be difficult when you lack the time to sit down and write out each one, but you can easily skip that step while still keeping everyone up to date on your life by sending out holiday photo cards. A sweet picture of you and your fiance is a great way to greet your friends and family with holiday wishes, and if you haven’t sent out your wedding invitations yet, they make a cute companion for Save the Dates!

Those planning ahead for a holiday wedding next year might enjoy seasonally themed invitations, too, even if you’re sending them out in July. Holiday Custom Printed Mix ‘n Match Cards can be used as Save the Dates or even casual wedding invitations, and they’ll save time, too. Some custom printed card sets even come with optional labeled return addresses on the envelopes, so getting your cards done is as easy as ordering online and then addressing and stamping the envelopes to send out.

Looking for quirky wedding invitations? Get inspired by MyGatsby’s selection of holiday card stock, perfect for holiday cards and event invitations. While you might not immediately leap to argyle as an option for your invites, why not consider a cute pattern for your post-wedding Thank You cards? ‘Tis the season to be creative!

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