Post # 1
My invitations are very non-traditional. Our info is only on one side of a long horizontal card stock with a blk/wht photo of us in the background (far away on a mountainside). Both sets of parents listed, since both are contributing. Since this invite doesn’t have pockets, how to I have inserts listing directions, etc. Make a separate pocket to just drop in the envelope with the invite??? Have separate cars loose in the envelope??
Post # 3
I bought some cards from papersource and just threw them in the envelopes with the other card. If you want to get fancy, you could belly band then together.
Post # 4
- Wedding: May 2011 - Bartram's Garden
I’m glad that you posted this! Our invitations are very simple and we’re not even including RSVP cards because we’re having everyone RSVP on our website.
But we want to include a card that directs people to the website, where they can find all the info they need. I wasn’t sure how to go about it either.
Post # 5
I would include seperate card, but tie it in the envelope so it stays with the invitation with either ribbon or twine or nice colored rope… or whatever takes your fancy. or you could put it on the otherside of the invite with double sided tape if thats not taken up?
Post # 6
Completely agree with Snowflake- either stick them in the envelope alone or gather everything with a belly band.
I designed my own insert maps (they also served to tell ppl about our website) you can see it here : http://misspug.blogspot.com/2010/01/mappy-map-round-or-square.html I felt like mine were non traditional as well. Well if you see our RSVP card you’d KNOW… very non-traditional LOL
Post # 7
Thank you ladies. Never thought about tying them together. Think I’ll do each card maybe a size smaller than the previous so it looks stacked and “on purpose”. I want them to arrive still attached and not loose all over the envelope. Do I just need to make sure the ribbon is real tight or what?