Post # 1
Sorry really, really, bad joke.
I’m REALLY hoping someone might offer me a list of stationery items – I need to get this sorted asap! So far I have:
– Actual invite, RSVP, wedding website info. I’m not having a registery or wishing well poem.
– Programs, Menu
Am I missing anything?
Post # 3
@MrsDinosaur: As for the invite you should also have an information card where you have a map of location. People generally take that with them rather then the whole invitation.
Thank you envelopes and cards. And unless you are planning to have escort cards, that would be it.
Are you planning to do it all yourself or are you ordering ?
Post # 4
You can likely put your web site on the information card. That is what we did.
Post # 5
@Lulume: Thanks! I am doing a blend of ordering and DIY – ordering mass online, and DIYing details like guests names, etc.
Post # 6
I had the following —
Outer envelopes (blind embossed with my parents’ return address)
Inner envelopes (I strongly advocate for these)
Engraved reception cards
Engraved response cards
Engraved response-card envelopes
Off-set-printeded accommodations cards
tissue for placing between layers to prevent smudging
REHEARSAL DINNER (Casual) INVITATIONS:
Eight-page, ribbon-bound, offset-printed programs
“INFORMALS” (i.e. traditional “thank-you” notes)
(If you’re thinking that you probably don’t even want to know how much money I spent on paper, you’re right! lol.)
ETA: I also had escort cards and escort-card envelopes. In addition, I purchased really cute, fun, thank-you notes for our bridal party, musicians, officiant, and singers.
Post # 7
Wow thanks for that awesome detail! And yeah i bet it cost a pretty penny.