Email? Text? Or Reply Card?
The primary purpose of an RSVP is to ensure that you, your event planner or caterers ensure the Simcha is suitable for the number of Guests attending.
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.
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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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.
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
Simcha Invitations are delighted to present an expanded range of Kippot. In addition to the Suede Kippot, we now have a full range of Satin Kippot and Velvet Kippot.
Over the next few weeks , we will also be increasing our ranges of Barmitzvah/Batmitzvah Invitations as well as Wedding Invitations.
Finally, to complete our service, we offer a full range of Table Stationery. Whatever your requirements, we can also prepare completely bespoke items for you – do phone us on 07958 131295 and we would be delighted to discuss your Simcha.
We used Simcha Invitations for our daughter's wedding stationery. We met Michael Spector at a wedding fair and were immediately stuck by not just his warm friendliness but professionalism & deep knowledge of his products. We wanted a bespoke invitation based on a cartoon that my daughter and son in law had found and Michael and his extremely talented team were able to produce an invitation that exceeded our hope and desires".
"Our stationery was innovative, fresh and a little bit quirky & fun and Simcha were not just very willing, but very able to provide exactly what we wanted and when. Working with Michael was very easy and fun. He was always available for us at the end of the phone or on email and dealt with everything calmy & professionally".
"We highly recommend Simcha Invitations for all of your stationery".
Mrs Lerman (Wedding - October 2018)
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Bat & Bar Mitzvah
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20th January 2019
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