A wonderful way to tie everything together is to create coordinating pieces that your guests will see over the course of the weekend. These include favors, guest information, and reception cards.
* guest booklets
– make your guests feel welcome by taking the “planning” part out of their trip. send a guest booklet a few weeks before the wedding with information about what to do, where to eat/drink, where to stay, places to visit, etc.
* contact cards
– don’t want to be bothered with questions all weekend? put someone else in charge (maid of honor, wedding coordinator, mom, dad – whomever!) and provide guests with a contact card that they can carry around in their pocket. that way they feel at ease about who to call with questions and you can focus on getting married!
* gift tags – great for adorning gift bags or baskets for your guests or tying around a take-away bottle of bubbly at the reception
* stickers – slap them anywhere! on homemade treats, late night cheeseburger boxes, gift bags, water bottles, etc.
* cd/dvd labels
* wine bottle labels
* thank you cards
* escort cards – inform guests of their table assignment
* place cards – inform guests of their seat assignment
* seating charts – inform guests of the room set-up
* donation cards – opting out of giving a favor in lieu of donating to your favorite charity? let guests know about this thoughtful contribution by placing a card about the foundation at each of their seats. have too many charities to choose from? let your guests pick their favorites!
* table cards – whether it be a number or your favorite janut, each table should have a unique identifier
* menu cards – what’s for dinner?! menu cards can be designed for individual tables or at station and buffet islands
* signage – make it easy for people to find their way by having designer, coordinated stationery to show them around
“You learn to love by being loved” – Want to say thank you to your loved ones but not with an off-the-rack card? We will design a custom card, printing just the ONE you need, for your loved ones.