Weddings And Media

February is Here! Whether newly engaged or getting ready for the big day, this blog contains tips and tricks in both print and digital media that will help you and your guests enjoy every moment of your special day! In this entry, I will be offering tips you can utilize in both digital and print. Let’s just say that wedding media is made for you!

Probably the best thing about a wedding-besides the cake-is having all of your friends and family in attendance. That’s why it’s so important to offer various communication pieces to tell everyone where it is, how to get there, and what to expect! There are multitudes of ways in going about this, but we are just going to focus on three:

  • Social Media – Here is where digital media comes into play. This is the first go-to source that is recommended when trying to reach out to the majority of your family/friends/attendees in letting them know the big news. Create an engaging post featuring you and yours on Facebook, Instagram, Tik Tok or other social media outlets and list all of the details about your wedding. The next part is easy: send it to everyone on the invite list! A relatively simple task, but one that can go overlooked in the hustle and bustle of planning a wedding.
  • Print Media – But wait! Not everyone is on social media or even online for that matter, right? Formal printed wedding and save the date invitations are still the standard, even in 2023! If you want to make sure you reach all of your guests, this step is absolutely essential. Getting in touch with a company right from the start, such as Center City Print, would prove to be a rewarding option because this starts to set the style and design of your entire event. Your invitations should contain all the details about your big day. There is a lot of freedom with this too. You can personalize the envelopes and paper type as desired. We recommend sending your save the dates no less than 6 months prior to the big day and invitations no less than 6 weeks./li>
  • Other Steps To Consider – Remember that getting your personalized message out there is one of the most important things you can do. A print shop is a good place to visit while planning your wedding. The shop is likely to have connections with other vendors that can help streamline your planning and save you time. At Center City Print we have done countless work for couples who are planning on tying the knot, so chances are, we already have a relationship with your chosen vendors.

Here’s to wishing you and yours a beautiful and (hopefully) less stressful day!

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