The same kind of style? Think general printing for your wedding
A wedding party is not complete without sending wedding cards. You would like to celebrate with friends, family and perhaps good acquaintances, so you will soon start looking for a suitable wedding card. However, the day also needs ‘structure’: this allows the guests to know how the day will go and what to expect.
In order to get one whole, you can opt for general printing as a bridal couple. This ‘package’ includes all kinds of wedding cards, processed in one style of your choice. But, what do you need and when will the guests receive these items?
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Step 1: ‘Save the date’
A ” save-the-date ” is a preparatory card that you send up to about six months before the wedding. It’s basically a reservation for your wedding day without announcing the time or location: the guests only know that they have to keep this date free for you. When this card has been sent, the official invitation will follow a few weeks later.
Step 2: The Official Wedding Invitation & RSVP
The official wedding card is the most important part: here you not only tell the date, time and location, but also important details about the wedding ceremony, such as possibly a dress code. This card will be sent approximately two months before the wedding. The guests would also like to know for which part they have been invited or not: you can state this information in an accompanying card.
An RSVP card stands for ‘Répondez, s’il vous plaît’. With this card, the guests can answer the question whether or not they will come to the wedding day. This is also useful for the preparation, because this way you know, for example, how many tables you have to count on.
Step 3: Envelopes and Key Cards
Opt for envelopes that match the wedding card: not only does it look festive, it also fits in with the other components. On the envelope you state who will be invited. ‘Mr and Mrs X’ or ‘Family X’ indicates who is welcome, such as one person or an entire family. The envelopes, including the wedding card, are sent weeks in advance.
Step 4: Day program
In the day program you tell what the day will look like and at which times which activity will take place, such as dinner or the reception. This type of card is only given to the guests on the day itself; so everyone knows exactly how the planning will go.
Step 5: Menu cards
The menus indicate exactly what the guests can choose from; these also follow on the day itself, located on the tables. Clearly state what you can choose from. Be sure to take into account certain preferences, such as children’s menus, vegetarian or perhaps halal dishes; so there is something to choose from for every guest.
Step 6: Thank You Cards
The thank you cards are sent two to three weeks after the wedding, often in combination with a memorable wedding photo. This card lends itself to words of praise to thank your guests once again for their presence.