It isn’t uncommon that apart from printing invitations to events, invitations often include location maps and place cards. In a wedding invitation for instance, the invitation is composed of the invitation card and often a location map of the church, in relation to the reception venue, and seat cards. A community or neighborhood often has a collection of products and services for sale. Below are a description of wedding stationery and their purpose.
Invitation card-The invitation card usually contains the formal invitation text for the wedding. This card contains the formal names of the couple and parents. It contains the essential information including occasion, date, time, ceremony and reception venue. In some cases, both ceremony and reception are held in one venue.
Entourage card-The entourage card contains the names of the principal sponsors, secondary sponsors, the groom’s best man and groomsmen, the bride’s maid of honor and bridesmaids. It may also contain the names of the ring, coin and bible bearers as well as the flower bearer.
Seat card-The seat card usually contains the number of seats reserved for each invitation. It indicates how many people the couple is expecting to serve at the reception per invitation sent.
Map-A location map is usually included in a wedding invitation in order to illustrate the directions from the ceremony venue to the reception. In the case of both being at one venue, the map will usually show directions to the single venue from major thoroughfares.
Online printing companies offer cheap, front and back full color,wholesale printing of wedding stationery using standard greeting card size templates. Customers can also choose to print invitations using other standard sized templates. Customers can easily upload customized designs on an online printing website or choose from standard templates. Offset printing is used for bulk print runs and orders. Online printers also offer the added convenience of free digital proofing and sample stock delivery or digital design for a minimal charge.
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