In addition to the wedding invitations
, there are a number of other pieces of stationary items that are associated with the wedding.
This type of invitation is mailed to guests as a single-folded piece of card stock - no envelope, with the respond postcard attached to the invitation by a perforation at the bottom for easy removal. Since the respond piece is a postcard, you will save on postage for the return mailing. Prices for this product normally include seals along with a printed return address on both the back flap when initially mailing the invitation and on the perforated respond postcard.
For those who wont be invited to your wedding but you would still like them to know about your marriage, you can mail them an announcement card. They can be printed on the same paper as your invitation but mailed on your wedding day or immediately after with the wording stating that your wedding has already taken place.
These self-adhesive decorative labels add just the right finishing detail. They are available in many styles and are used on your outer envelope making it look like they are holding the flap down even though it has already been sealed.
Thank - you cards
Informal notes can be printed with a single line on the front. You can choose to have "Thank You" printed in the font of your choice, a monogram, or your names. These can be used as thank you notes or simply for correspondence after your wedding.
These are used separately from your invitations but should be included with your original order since they are usually printed on matching paper and this will save you on shipping costs. They are personalized with either your names or monogram on the front with the inside being blank for writing your thank you notes. Any leftovers can be used long after the wedding for other purposes. Blank mailing envelopes are included with them.
These direction cards would be included as a convenience for any guests who might not be familiar with the location of the church and/or reception.
This card is used when your wedding will be held in a public location - park or museum - and entrance is by invitation only.
Pew cards are included in the wedding invitation and are handed to the usher upon entering the ceremony. You will be seated in a special section marked reserved for special family and friends and will be closer to the front.
If you are planning an outdoor wedding and/or reception a rain card will inform your guests of alternate arrangements in the event of rain.
An itinerary of the days events, beginning with the ceremony and finishing with the reception. These are usually passed out at the church.
If you will be providing special transportation from the church to the reception, also used to inform guests if you have arranged for parking.
Send these cards to out of town guests who will require hotel reservations. This cards lets guests know that a block of room has been reserved and then they can call and make their own reservation.