If you are having a sit-down meal rather than a buffet, place cards are an excellent way to get your guests seated quickly and to inform your caterers who is having which meal.
Imprintable invitations and cards come in all shapes, sizes and weights. We recommend having your invitation with all of its enclosures and inserts weighed before mailing so you know how much postage is needed.
Looking for a thick invitation? Heavy cotton invitations are probably the thickest available, but are expensive. You might consider using a panel card invitation which is made of a thicker paper than folding cards and are available at lower costs. So you save money and get the paper quality you are looking for.
You never know when you’ll need to add another guest to your list. Be sure to order enough invitations to invite those on your current list and the ones you may realize you have forgotten later.
It is always a good idea to order extra envelopes. Humans and printers make mistakes. It is less expensive to order extra envelopes with your original order than it will be to order them later as a separate order.
Plan ahead and write your wording or use our Word Wizard before you order your invitations or announcements. Wording can take longer than you think!
Ask the post office to hand cancel your invitations, that way they won’t have a bar code from the machine and they will arrive looking much cleaner. Especially, if you have an unusual size or thickness, you can prevent them from getting jammed in the machine.
Planning a party? As soon as you know the time and location, you are ready to order your invitations. It is always best to order them as soon as possible so you have time to make decisions and address your invitations.
Save money on stamps by using a response postcard instead of a response card with an envelope. Postcards are always less expensive.
You can lightly number your response cards so if your guest’s handwriting is illegible, you can still figure out who’s attending your event.