What should I put as the Dress Code on the Invitation?The very first decision is whether you are having a formal or an informal party.
Formal Parties are when the Gentleman are going to dress in a Suit and Ladies are in a smart dress. Informal parties are when men do not wear a tie and ladies wear a party/cocktail dress.
TIP 4 – What essential information do I need on my Bar/Bat Mitzvah Invitation?
At the top of the invitation, you should add in the Hebrew “Beis Hey”, which means in simplistic terms that “everything is with the blessing of Hashem and the word” Bar/Bat mitzvah – sometimes shown as Bar Mitzvah (both are correct).
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TIP 3 – How do I know how many Invitations to order?
The easy way is to agree on the number of guests that you want to come to the party.
For example, take 200 Guests and then ask yourself (and the grooms family if it is a Wedding), how many of the guests will be single? s.
TIP 2 – Should we send a “Save the Date” card?
In our experience, there are two occasions when a Save the Date card is suitable for your Simcha.
1) An overseas function
2) A function on a popular date
TIP 1 – When do I need to order my Invitations?
We recommend that you send out the invitations as follows:
- Overseas guests (Unless a Save the Date has been done) – 12 weeks prior to the Simcha
- UK Guests - 8 weeks prior to the Simcha
- However, this may be slightly varied to ensure that Invitations arrive before Yomtovim Summer, School holidays and end of the Year holidays.