Personally, it’s been hard for me to focus on anything else but COVID-19 these days. With many forced to cancel or postpone their events, I feel helpless as a small business owner in this industry. The other day, the CDC and President of the United States advised that gatherings of more than 10 people be avoided (down from 50 just a few days prior). I’ve been thinking of ways to help my clients communicate their postponed events. I created a free graphic in this post for people to share, and today I wanted to take it a step further and create an editable PDF that couples can customize with their own names.
I’ve created two versions: a 5×7 (A7) document that would be perfect for digitally emailing or texting, and the other is a printer-friendly version with trim marks in case you’d like to send physical announcements. These are sized for A7 or 5in x 7in (the standard size for most invitations).
All you have to do is sign up for my email list (see below) and you can download this resource for free. You just need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader DC (also free). I hope this helps!
I am hoping this quickly passes for the sake of us all but our small business, along with many others, are taking a massive hit. I was very excited to start my journey as a full-time creative entrepreneur and this challenge has made it difficult to stay positive. This is a reminder that we are still booking clients. If you are getting married later this year or in 2021, I hope that you consider us for your wedding stationery needs. It would mean the world to us. As of right now, all of our meetings are virtual or via phone, and physical samples of our invitations can be mailed to you at your request. We are still producing and shipping orders from our in-home studio. We are very fortunate that our business is able to operate on a fully remote basis, and we thank you for bearing with us! Some simple ways you can help us:
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