2019 February Freebie – Valentine’s Day Party Invitation Bundle

So before we talk Valentine’s Day Party Invitations, I thought this story about my day might give you a laugh.

Conversation Heart Valentine's Day Party Invitations in 4 Color Variations - Free Download

So, funny story…

…I was video chatting with my sister today (while I was putting the final touches on this year’s February Freebie!) and I mentioned something about it being Wednesday, well she burst out laughing exclaiming,

“Molly, it’s SUNDAY!!”

Well, not only did I realize that today is Sunday, not Wednesday…but it is also February, not January…😒 (Life with a toddler can really make you loose all sense of time.)

Anyhoo…Now back to our regularly scheduled post.

In my ranking of super awesome holidays, Valentine’s Day is a solid #3. (If you were wondering #1 is Halloween, cause who doesn’t like black, orange and all things spooky. And #2 is Christmas because…well duh…cookies, carols and holiday cheer!!!.) When I was brainstorming your February Freebie I wanted to do something that was a little bit different, but still very Valentine’s-y. And screams Valentine’s Day more than Conversation Hearts?!? 💕💕💕

2019 February Freebie - Valentine's Party Invitation by Beauty Bright Design

I couldn’t decide which color combo I loved the most, so I decided to share them all!

If you are like me, lost track of time and need to plan your party in a pinch check out my Valentine’s Day Party Inspiration Board for some Party Planning ideas that will make your party a hit!

So grab your Valentine’s Day Party Invitation Bundle and Enjoy!

Are you already thinking beyond Valentine’s Day? Want to WOW you guests with Party Invitations to blow their socks off? Check out my about page to learn how custom invitations can change EVERYTHING!

How to Address your Invitations: Without Blowing Your Guest Count

One of the first steps you take when planning your wedding or event is creating your guest list. I mean from intimate soiree to mega bash, your guest count dictates a heck ton of your vendors (and their pricing). From caterers and rentals, to ceremony and reception venues practically ALL THE THINGS rely on your guest count. And one of the most frequent questions I get from my couples is how to address their invitations without blowing their guest count.

Being on point with your addressing is vital to keeping your guest count on track. So today, I’m going to walk you through six common guest scenarios to help you address every invitation with confidence.

The Love Birds

Jennifer and her girlfriend Christy aren’t married, but they live together. You want both of them to attend (because Christy does an amazing Thriller dance) .

Traditional: Ms. Jennifer Frost & Ms. Christy Myers
Modern: Jennifer Frost & Christy Meyers

The Other Half

You are friends with Calvin and have met his girlfriend Patty. As you and your fiance are creating your guestlist they mention that they REALLY don’t enjoy Patty’s Company. Calvin knows several other single people attending your wedding, so you and your fiance decide you aren’t inviting Patty.

Traditional: Mr. Calvin Hobbs
Modern: Calvin Hobbs

The Single Friend

Becky is your best friend from childhood. She’s coming from out of town and you know she won’t know anyone else attending your wedding. You want her enjoy the wedding, not feel awkward being alone, so you want her to bring a guest.

Traditional: Ms. Becky Howe and Guest
Modern: Becky & Guest

Alternatively, if you don’t want her to bring a date (after all, she’s your most awesome bestie and you know she’ll be the life of the party regardless.)
Traditional: Ms. Becky Howe
Modern: Becky

The Family…Part 1

Your friend Arthur and his wife Molly have….well…a lot of kids. Although you love their family dearly, you and your fiance have decided to have a child-free wedding.

Traditional: Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Weasley
Modern: Arthur and Molly

The Family…Part 2

Your brother Chad and his boyfriend Chris have two children (Billy 13 and Renee 7). After talking with your fiance you have decided that since Billy is so mature that you would like him to attend your wedding and reception, but feel that Renee is not quite ready for this epic party you’re planning.

Traditional: Mr.’s Chad and Chris Weekly and Billy
Modern: Chad, Chris and Billy Weekly

The Family…Part 3

Your friends Donald and Daisy have three kids: Huey, Duey, and Luey. They’re practically family and you and your fiance can’t imagine having your wedding without all of them attending.

Traditional: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Duck and Family
Modern: The Duck Family

How to Address your Invitations: Without Blowing Your Guest Count


Have someone on your guestlist that doesn’t fall into one of these scenarios? Drop a comment below or shoot me an email or DM on Insta. I’m here to take all your stationery etiquette stress away.

Want to learn how I guide couples and party planners through the land of stationery? Click Here to check out The Process and see how my 3 simples steps will change your invitation game

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