Start Preparing: 2 months to 2 weeks before the wedding
Wedding stationery is an important part of your wedding decor. Paper details can add that extra touch to make your wedding amazing.
Personalize your wedding with these traditional reception items:
Program - Provide useful information about the bridal party and ceremony, including the order of events, titles of readings and songs. Thank you notes to friends and family and honoring deceased loved ones are often a part of the program. You may also include a few details about the reception.
Menu - A complete list of your edible offerings. Even if you have requested dinner options on your response card, it is important to list your exact menu at the reception to avoid confusion and possible food allergies.
Escort Cards or Poster - Direct your guests to their table as they enter the reception area. Many couples choose only to use escort cards to assign tables and not place cards, since they do not require assigned seating.
Place Cards - Positioned at their seat, when assigned seating is necessary. Very helpful to the wait staff when your guest has already chosen their plated dinner option.
Thank You Cards - Every guest should be thanked for attending your wedding or reception, regardless if they brought a gift!
Other optional reception items:
Card Boxes - Have it match the rest of your decor and safely store your cards.
Signs - Direct your guests where to go, what to do, or even what they are eating or drinking.
Petal Cones & Favor Boxes - Easily give out petals for throwing (instead of rice) or beautifully package your favors.
Welcome Bags & Labels - Get bags and labels to fill with your welcome supplies!