- They don’t have a Hebrew translator on staff: You, the customer, will need to find someone to provide the Hebrew typed out and edited.
- Font size will be too small: Font size will be too small to fit on the invitation designs they offer to include both English and Hebrew.
- Your personal symbol cannot be printed on the invitation: While it is traditional for the kallah and chosson to design a symbol that represents their unity as husband and wife (typically, entwined Hebrew letters representing each of their Hebrew names in the form of some design and found on the wedding invitations, benchers, and / or ceremony booklets), the invitation venue may not be able to print your symbol on the invitation unless you provide a high enough quality graphical image.
Redcherry Press offers both traditional and contemporary designs:
Cohen Printing and Invitations offers several Hebrew invitation layouts that can be viewed online:
Stephita provides stylish bilingual options:
Invitations Online offers Hebrew invitation designs:
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