Enclose a response card with your invitation for a prompt and accurate guest count. The reception and direction cards help your guests find your wedding and reception locations.
A nice touch to show your guests you appreciate their attendance at your wedding.
List the food items that you have ordered for your guests so they know what to expect.
SAVE THE DATE
They ensure your guests can make plans to attend your special day, especially if you have many out-of-town guests.
These cards let your guests know that you took the time to consider where they would be seated, and it’s a great way to infuse your personal style into your event.
Indicating your tables’ numbers can help your guests find their seats easily.
THANK YOU NOTE
Send your guests a note to let them know how much you appreciated their presence at your wedding as well as their gifts.
Let your wedding invitation set the mood of your big day for you, so your guests know whether it’s formal or casual, classic or contemporary, etc.
Also known as flat printing, this option offers you the most versatility at the lowest price. Being the most technological and up-to-date producing high-resolution colors, digital printing results in vibrant, crisp long lasting colors.
The most classic of the three printing types, letterpress is beautiful, elegant and traditional. Using this method, type and art plates are rolled with matte ink and then impressed into the paper. When you run your hand over the surface of the paper, you will feel the design indented below the surface.
In thermography printing, ink is combined with resin-like powder and then heated, as it adheres to the paper. The end result is a raised ink design, where you are able to see a little bit of shine and feel the texture on the surface of the page.