Now that you already know what to include in your wedding invitation suite, let’s break it down a little further. After all, this is likely your first time wedding planning and probably don’t realize there are so many little details that go into making that first impression a lasting one. Right? Well, by the time you reach the end of this post, you’ll not only know way more about wedding insert cards than you probably wanted, but exactly what information you should include on them without any guess work! Are you ready?! It’s time to grab your wedding planning notebook and favorite pen because you’re going to want to take notes to refer to later.
WHAT IS A WEDDING INVITATION INSERT CARD?
Invitation inserts (also referred to as enclosures or details cards) are extra cards you include in your wedding invitation suite. Remember, your main invitation should only include your ceremony information, so an insert card (or two) is a great way to communicate any additional information to your guests.
DO I NEED AN INSERT CARD?
Yes. The total number of insert cards needed is dependent on a few factors, such as formality, if the reception is being held at a different location than the ceremony, and if you have room block information to share. Most couples will need a minimum of one insert card in addition to their main invitation.
WHAT INFORMATION SHOULD I INCLUDE?
The amount of information you include on your insert card(s) is totally up to you. Some couples prefer to have everything written out on multiple cards for a formal look, while others include a small insert to direct guests to visit their wedding website for more information. Insert cards typically include the following wedding particulars:
Did you find this useful? If you still need guidance with what wedding particulars you should or shouldn’t include on your wedding invitations, let’s chat! I’m here to put your mind at ease and to guide you through the pretty paper process.
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