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Beginning Tips for Planning
When you start thinking about an anniversary party event, you should begin planning your budget first. Your budget will determine many of the other important factors surrounding your event, such as location and the size of the guest list. If you're going to be working with anyone else on the party, perhaps a sibling or another close family member, then you'll need to discuss the budget with them as well before finalizing any type of anniversary wedding invite.
Next you need to put together a guest list for the event. If you're trying to plan a more intimate, low-key event then consider keeping the number of guests small and limited to just close friends and family members. You could also opt for a larger event with all of the people the couple knows. Which type of event you choose could include a number of factors, including how much you can afford to spend and the preference of the couple.
Once you've chosen a guest list, the next job should be to select a location so you can prepare the cards. Make sure you choose a location that will be sufficient in size to hold all of your guests. Restaurant party rooms can be a good choice for smaller events. Party rooms and event rooms at hotels and other locations are a good choice for larger events. Be sure to place a deposit on the location so you can secure it for the date you want.
Now that you've done most of the pre-planning, it's time to get those wedding anniversary invitations in the mail. If you've decided to choose a theme for the event, you'll want to select an that will match that theme. For example, the 50th Golden Wedding Anniversary theme or the 25th Silver Wedding Anniversary theme should have a gold or silver invitation, respectively. It's a good idea to choose the invite for the wedding anniversary early so you'll be ready to focus on the anniversary wordings and on the mailing of them once the details are set.
Make sure you give yourself enough time to prepare the Anniversary Invite so you can get them out in the mail within three weeks of the event. You want to make sure the guests receive them in plenty of time to make their preparations for attending. You should also make sure to request an RSVP for the event. That way you'll have a good idea of how many people will be attending and you can plan accordingly. Remember to include your contact information for the RSVP in the anniversary invitation so guests will be able to reach you with their response and questions regarding your special anniversaries!