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HSRGraphics designs wedding invitations for clients in Ann Arbor. The team creates wedding invitations that are customized according to each client's needs. However, clients may also choose from a selection of semi-customized designs. All of these designs are assembled by hand. Everyone on the team is passionate about turning a client's ideas and plans into reality. HSRGraphics also customizes other wedding stationery such as ceremony programs, menu cards, and table numbers.

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Q: Do you handwrite addresses on wedding invitations?
A: Some people choose to handwrite the addresses on their wedding invitations. If you don’t like how your handwriting looks, you can opt for printed stickers instead. Another option is to pay a calligrapher to address your invitations.
Q: Which name goes first on the wedding invitation?
A: Traditionally, the bride's name goes first because the bride's parents typically pay for the wedding. But, if the groom's parents are paying for most of the wedding, you can choose to put his name first. If neither of these situations apply, you can put the names in alphabetical order instead.
Q: How do you address wedding invitations?
A: Address wedding invitations based on the recipient(s):
  • For families, use the family name and include each member who's invited
  • For married couples, use their shared or individual surnames.
  • For plus-ones, find out and include the person's name. If you can't, you can refer to them as “John's guest” or “Jane's guest.”

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