the cards you'll want to include in your suite will vary depending on the size and formality of your event. Please review the guidelines below to get the gears turning!
Naturally you will be needing these, you bride-to-be, you!
This is the main focus of your invitation and will set the tone for the rest of your event. Say it in a big way!
Your invitation should include
details about who is hosting the event, the date, year, time and locations of both the ceremony and reception. View our suggestions on how to word your invitations here.
MAIL-BACK RSVP CARD
This is a traditional formality we love! this includes a printed card each guest will fill out and mail back to you enclosed in a stamped envelope.
ONLINE RSVP CARD
If you're having a less formal event, an online RSVP card is a great way to save on rsvp envelopes, postage and return addressing!
If your ceremony and reception are being held at separate venues, you will want to include a separate card with details on where the reception will be taking place.
The details card is a great place to inform your guests of any room block information, wedding website info, directions, etc. each of these categories can be printed separately, or together, depending on the length of each category.
Destination wedding? A custom-map is the perfect way to give your guests a bit of insight of the town they'll be visiting for your wedding! Include a recommended activity, favorite winery, and of course the locations of your ceremony and reception venues!
BELLY BANDS / WRAPS
This is a great way to keep all your cards tucked and stacked neatly while going through the mail! from paper belly bands, vellum wraps and silk ribbons, there are countless ways to achieve this look!