Kickoff your wedding weekend with rehearsal dinner invitations you can make your own. Personalize your rehearsal dinner invite online and track RSVPs instantly. No ads, ever.
Invite your closest friends and family to celebrate the last night before your new life as a couple begins with online rehearsal dinner invitations. They’re a beautiful way to make one of the first celebrations of your wedding as lovely as the ceremony itself.
Whether you’re hosting an elegant multi-course dinner, inviting the bridal party to a celebratory meal, or toasting the assembled with oysters and champagne, we offer designs that perfectly suit the first event of your wedding weekend. With options from wedding design experts like Vera Wang, kate spade new york, Oscar de la Renta, and Rifle Paper Co., you can find invitations perfect for your classic, modern, romantic, or rustic wedding. If you’ve planned earlier stages of your ceremony with us, rest assured that your wedding rehearsal dinner invitations are made to match. Just use one of our suites of wedding stationery, and every step of your wedding timeline will be in perfectly coordinated fashion.
Once you’ve found just the right design (or just gotten to the appointed spot in your wedding itinerary), personalizing your rehearsal dinner invitation couldn’t be simpler. We’ll start you off with rehearsal dinner invitation wording that accounts for most scenarios, but leaves the important details to you. Our online design tool lets you fill in the important details of your event on your rehearsal dinner invitation template, and if you need to, change the fonts and type layout to better fit your needs. Should you want to add a bit more to your online delivery, use one of beautiful backdrops and envelope liners to accompany your invitation.
Sending your rehearsal dinner invitations online opens up a world of planning possibilities (and forecloses a few nightmare rehearsal dinner invitation etiquette pitfalls, too). Our online RSVP tracking and guest messaging and follow-up tools will save you or your indefatigable hosts any seating chart headaches (or at least let them crack down on any unplanned plus-ones), so you’ll have time to focus on every detail of your wedding invitations. After the event, collect any candid photos of you and your guests in an online gallery. It’s a great way to remember the evening—minus the cringeworthy toasts from the best man.