Save The Date

Save the Dates announce your wedding date and location to your guests. They can range from simple post cards to elaborate mailings. They should be sent 6-8 months before your wedding (maybe sooner if it’s a destination).

Invitation

Invitations tell the story – who, what, when, where – and come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and printing methods. They should be mailed 6-8 weeks prior to the wedding (again, maybe longer if it’s a destination).

envelope

Envelopes protect all the items in your suite. For an extra touch of elegance, add an inner envelope, a liner, a printed return address and/or a printed mailing address. Remember that square envelopes require extra postage.

Reply Card

Reply Cards help you know how many guests to expect. You may ask guests to indicate meal choices or dietary restrictions. They come in a variety of forms and they should always be
pre-addressed and pre-stamped.

Return Address Printing

Return Addresses are printed on the back flap of your outermost envelope. They typically match the style of your invitations to create a cohesive, branded look.

Mailing Address Printing

Mailing Addresses are printed on the front of your outermost envelope. They typically match the style of your invitations to create a cohesive, branded look. The addresses are extracted from an excel sheet that you provide.

Pocket Folder

A pocket folder keeps the pieces of your suite organized. It mounts the invitation on one side and tucks all your additional suite items into a pocket on the opposite side.

Panel Pocket

An alternative to a pocket folder, a panel pocket mounts your invitation to the front and tucks all your additional suite items into a slot on the back.

Embellishment

Belly bands, die cut tags, and other custom pieces are designed to hold all your paper pretties in place inside your envelope.

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