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Custom Jewish Wedding Invitations
by Elaine Adler

These examples represent a small sampling of design possibilities.
Let's brainstorm about the invitation design that would reflect who you are and help set the tone for your special day.

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Essential information includes:
• a welcoming invitation to respond
• a response deadline date

Optional information can include:
• a line for number attending the main event and/or optional events
• a line for meal preference (e.g., beef, chicken, vegetarian)

We leave the rest of the card blank so guests can write a personal message. I am told it is wonderful to read the thoughtful and fun replies, contributing to the building excitement as the event approaches. This is so much gentler than that old-fashioned line with an M that no one knows what to do with.

You will see how the designs below reflect artwork on some of the invitations in my invitation gallery. Even the address on the response card envelope gets some doodad to tie it in.

logo with Hebrew names of bride and groom
logo with intertwined C and J, initials of the bride and groom
passage written in English, Hebrew and Armenian to include the bride's mother's ancestry
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