Weddings often involve a lot of details that cannot be included on the actual invitation itself, the simple solution to this are wedding enclosure cards. With wedding enclosure cards you'll be able to give your guests details such as directions to the wedding ceremony and reception venues, details for where to stay while they are in town, your wedding website address, and where you have registered. It's always nice to have these details online on your wedding website as well, but for older guests who don't use the internet or have trouble with computers as well as for the simple ease of having the information right at their fingertips, wedding enclosure cards are often a great choice. It's a good idea to choose to have different sizes and colors for your RSVP cards and wedding enclosure cards so that your guests can easily differentiate between the two, it also makes for a nice color palette when they first open your invitation and see all of the different components together. Be sure to send out your entire invitation 6-8 weeks before your wedding date so that your guest will be able to look over their hotel options as well as cement their plans for attending your ceremony and reception.
Customer reviews of our Wedding Enclosure Cards
September 20, 2013Beautiful card and fantastic customer service
"My fiance and I wanted to use an enclosure card as a Save the Date as the save the dates for the design we liked didn't suit our needs. We used Live Chat several times to discuss our requirements and the layout of the cards and the advisors were always really helpful and polite making the process really easy and stress free. The cards were ready for review and approval quicker than expected and the shipping was fast too. The Save the Dates themselves are beautiful. The paper quality and printing is perfect and everyone has commented on how great they look. Overall, we are really happy with Wedding Paper Divas and really looking forward to ordering the rest of our stationary."
September 5, 2013Wonderfully customized
"I was so impressed with this product. I told the designers that I did not need a "directions card" (because everyone uses GPS now), so instead I turned it into a "Reception" and "Accommodations" card, and gave information about both for everyone to have."