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Sending a wedding invitation isn’t as simple as sending an invitation to a birthday party. Wedding suites often include an influx of information that must be well-organized and well-presented in order for guests to understand where and when your wedding is and what is expected of them. Be sure to include the following in your invitation suite.
Of course the most important part of your invitation suite is the actual invitation. Include the time and date of your wedding as well as the location. If your reception will be held at a different location, be sure to include information for both venues. If your wedding has a specific dress code, be sure to indicate it on the invitation.
The response card is what your guests will send back to indicate how many are attending and which meal they choose if your reception is a sit-down dinner. It is a good idea to number your guest list and the response cards as a way to keep track of those cards that are hard to read or do not include a name. Be sure to enclose a stamp for your guests to use when returning the card.
If you have guests who will be coming in from out of town, include an accommodation card with information about one or two hotels in the area. Because rooms can book fast, it may be helpful to provide a target date by which they should book. If you have a block reserved or if you will be paying for accommodations, include the information on the card.
Although not part of a traditional wedding suite, 2.25 x 2.25 enclosure cards are becoming more common and are often used to provide a URL to the couple’s wedding website as well as a short description of the information available on it, such as directions, hotel information and song request forms. Wedding Paper Divas provides dozens of enclosure cards in styles that range from traditional to cute. You can even design your own.
"This product was great! I asked my designer to make these enclosure cards match the colors of the rest of my invitation and they came out perfectly! They come in these cute little plastic boxes and kind of remind me of little trading cards. My only concern with these, once I tried placing them in my invitation envelopes, was how to ensure that they would be seen by my guests (my fear was that they might slip down into the corner of the invitation envelope and not be noticed). I ended up using those little double sided tape pieces that scrapbooker use, to tape the enclosure card onto the Reply card. It actually looked really cute, and guaranteed it would be seen."
"We designed these cards to direct people to RSVP online at our website. They were the perfect size and were so easy. I only wish WPD offered cute little envelopes to go with these. We had to buy some envelopes to fit these at Michaels."
"I used these as an insert to our ivitations with our wedding website to let our guests know when and where to RSVP! So great!"
"The only error that was made, on my behalf, was not checking the size of the card. I thought it would be bigger, but the card itself is about 2"x2". I wish it were bigger for what I need it for, but the size that I received will work. Other than that, the designer that I worked with via email was extremely detail oriented and did a wonderful job at meeting my needs! I always recommend WPD to friends and family who are getting married!"
"This small card provided the perfect way to add extra information to the invitation about website and registry that is not typically part of the formal invitation. I wish the card had been slightly larger. After the creative team sent the first proof , they were able to "tweek" the colors and get them just right. The customer service representative was profoundly knowledgeable and listened to everything that I mentioned to her. Overall, this product and the ordering experience was superb."