30th Pearl Wedding Anniversary Invitations

30th Wedding Invitations are a useful way of telling your guests they're invited to your pearl wedding celebrations! Pearl wedding invitations are available in a range of styles, open out cards or postcards, with a variety of designs to choose from. All 30th wedding invitations can be personalised with your chosen wording, fonts and colours, you might even want to include a photo of you on the back of the card at no extra cost. Pearl wedding invitation prices include free proof service via email for checks and any amendments you may with to make. 30th wedding invitations also come with free envelopes and free UK delivery over £25 to you.

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What is an anniversary party?

An anniversary party is a special party to celebrate the amount of years a couple has been married, which are generally held for milestones, such as 50 years married. They’re a great way for a couple to celebrate with all of their friends and family, and reminisce on the good times.

How far in advance should you send out anniversary party invitations?

In general, party invitations should be sent around 3-6 weeks before the event. However, for an anniversary party, how formal or informal your celebration will be will affect when you should send invites. For a more formal celebration, up to 8 weeks is considered standard.

How do you invite people to an anniversary party?

An anniversary party is generally quite a formal event, so we would recommend to send out paper invitations. We have a wide range to choose from, all in different styles. There’s something to suit any couple, whether you’ve been married for 5 or 50 years.

What is proper invitation etiquette?

For a formal anniversary invitation, you may wish to follow traditional invitation etiquette. This includes using formal phrasing with no abbreviations, and sending out invitations in plenty of time. It is also seen as good etiquette to not mention gifts on your invitations.