When people think about wedding stationery, they usually only consider the save-the-date cards and the invitations. Yet there are so many more items to consider, especially if you would have all of your stationery promote the same look, brand, and feel.
This is the informal announcement that you and your fiance are getting married. It precedes the actual invitation.
This is the formal, official announcement that you are getting married and indicates that the person receiving the invite is indeed invited to the wedding.
This is also known as the “RSVP Card.” It allows the invitee to confirm or deny whether they will be attending your wedding as well as indicate, how many are attending with them, and what meal they prefer if you extend this grace to them. Accompanies the invitation.
This item may list the directions to the venue(s) as pictured, the hospitality and accommodation information, and even the registry information. Accompanies the invitation.
If your living arrangements are settled by the time you order your wedding stationery, you can include this with the wedding invitation (or send it out afterwards) to tell your invitees where to send their gifts, cards, etc. It also enables them to update your mailing address in their records.
This represents the agenda as well as the participants and any other special tidbits for the wedding ceremony guests.
This bit if signage assists your guests in finding their table at the wedding reception.
This assists the guest in finding their actual seat at the wedding reception.
This is placed at the wedding reception guest’s seat as a part of the table setting to indicate what they will be eating and drinking for the event.
Like any gift tag, you can attach this to the gifts you give out to your spouse, attendants, parents, etc. They are a very lovely option to consider.
This is the most important post-wedding stationery item. Pretty self-explanatory, it thanks everyone for the gifts they’ve given you in celebration of your wedding.