How to Bundle Wedding Invitations

posted 3 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

@cgaston86:  

  • If the ceremony and reception is at the same venue, do I need a sepearate reception card or just a response card?  No. Reception cards are only necessary when the reception is a separate location.
  • Where can include hotel info? Should this be a seperate enclosure? Or should I just note the wedding website someplace on the invitation?  You can include an accomodations card, or you can do one card with all of the additional details, or you can refer to the additional information such as accomodations/transportation available on your website with the ink… Totally up to you. I included an accomodations/Transportation combo card.
  • How do I bundle the invite if I have more than one enclosure and not using a pocketfold?  Good question LOL.  I put the invitation on top so it was the first thing you see, but I didn’t bundle them. I imagine you’d want to go in size order small to large (top to bottom) but I’ll let someone who cared more than me answer it LOL

Post # 4
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2562 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

Hey, I made my own invites and it sounds like you want to do something somewhat similar.
http://boards.weddingbee.com/topic/critique-my-invitations

I made mine double-sided… no enclosures!

I wanted to have an invite where no one could say they lost any of the accompanying information. So I glued them to each other LOL

I was worried about including the reception info too, then just decided that my guests are all adults and they’ll need to learn how and invitation works eventually anyway. I provided the full, GPS-approved (and tested lol) address though.

BTW – make sure your band doesn’t stick out to much in your envelope, otherwise your postage might go up. I skipped mine entirely (knotted raffia) because it would have made the price go from 46c to 66c each! Everyone seems to have found their RSVP just fine. 🙂

I think there is paper lace that might work well for what you want to do. OR you can pick up one of those Martha Sterwart lace edge punches and cut your own!

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