Post # 1
I am including 2 maps with my invitation. One for the ceremony which is in a park with a picture of the pavilion we hired in the park, a map from google maps and below it will have parking instructions as it is tricky to get parked. This will be on an A4 page.
I am doing the same this as above for the reception venue so i am wondering should i print the maps back to back (ie. the page would be double sided)
should i print both maps on their own separate A4 page and make one of them the 4th “tier” of my enclosures in my pocketfold invitations.
The white paper i am printing on is much whiter than the cardstock i purchased for the rest of the invitation which is annoying but theres not much i can do about it!
Here is a picture of one map folded out and what it looks like when it is folded and inserted into the pocket as an enclosure.
Post # 3
Hmm I am thinking you mean it will be a ‘tier’ anyway but if you print 2 maps there will be an extra tier at the back, so 2 ‘tiers’ for maps?
I think it will be easier for your guests to just have to worry about the one piece of paper. Then just have the heading called ‘maps’ or ‘directions’.
Post # 4
Yea I’m thinking to print them on one page double sided. I had to buy thicker paper for this so it wasn’t see through just a bit harder to fold cuz the paper is thick
Post # 5
I would also print the maps on the same paper, too much to keep track of otherwise. Can you size them so that they fit on an insert the size of the pocket, so that you don’t have to fold it?
Post # 6
@cuddlz88: If you score it first (you can use a ruler and a the back of a butter knife) it will fold easier. The side you score on will be on the inside of the fold. I agree with a 2 sided map, one side for ceremon and the other for reception.
Post # 7
@eocenia: ideally that is what i would like to do but theres no way i could fit all the same info onto a card that small so i had to stick with A4
Post # 8
i will try scoring it first thanks. just wish the paper was exactly the same shade of white as the cards oh well!