You know you need to send invitations to your wedding. But what other elements do you need to include to keep your guests informed of every detail and create the perfect package?
Here are the pieces of an invitation ensemble — defined! Explore your options and decide which items best suit your needs for YOUR wedding!
Your invitation establishes your wedding theme and informs guests of the date, time, place and hosts of the wedding ceremony. Invitations are printed in your choice of lettering style and ink or imprint color for a custom look.
Unlined inner envelopes and blank outer envelopes are included FREE with all Dawn invitations unless specified otherwise.
2. Lined Inner Envelopes — Enhance your invitations and add an element of surprise for guests with lined inner envelopes. Available colors are listed by each invitation.
3. Printed Outer Envelopes — Save time by having your return address printed on your envelopes. This will also make sure undeliverable invitations are returned to you.
5-9. Enclosure Cards
We recommend printing enclosure cards in the same ink color and lettering style as your invitations for a coordinated look.
5. Response Cards — Use response cards for reception planning. The cards are printed with the respond date, lines for guests’ names and the number attending. Envelopes printed with your return address are included FREE. Both are enclosed in your invitations. Be sure to include a stamp on each response envelope for guess’ convenience.
6. At Home Cards — These cards are enclosed in your invitations to inform guests of your new address and when you will be moving there. Envelopes are not necessary.
7. Reception Cards — Reception cards tucked in with your invitations invite guests to the celebrations following the ceremony and other wedding‑related events. Envelopes are not necessary.
8. Thank You Notes — Enclosure cards may be printed as thank you notes to match your invitations. Notes may be printed inside with an appreciation verse and your names. Order printed notes for acknowledging gifts, and blank notes for writing a personal message after the wedding.
9. Informals — Use informals printed with your names or monogram on the front as thank you notes or for correspondence. Envelopes are included.