How to Put Wedding Invitations Together
Putting wedding invitations together involves placing squares of tissue paper over the wording of the invitation, placing it in the envelope facing the back and slipping in the reply card, which should be stamped and ready to mail. Assemble wedding invitations, which can consist of several components, with creative ideas from an event coordinator in this free video on weddings.
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Hi I'm Becky Sosa with Stress Free Events and I would like to talk to you about putting your wedding invitations together. If you have a more formal invitation and you notice that it came with several pieces of tissue paper and you are trying to figure out what to do with those, those tissue papers are supposed to be placed on top of the wording of the invitation itself as well as the response card. You always put the invitation in first and then you label any other material you are sending in on top of that by size. Make sure that your response card and envelope are together. If you have a less formal invitation and a less formal wedding then you may only have one or two pieces of material that go in your invitation that is going to include the invitation itself, sometimes it is just a single piece of paper as well as the response card. In this case this is a post card so it is already stamped on the back and ready to come back to you. Again the response card goes on top of the invitation and you are going to want to put it inside of your envelope. Always face the print up to the back of the envelope because the way the mail machines read things it keeps it from scratching up the invitation and for some reason it scratches up the envelope. You are going to want to print out or have the envelope printed for you and include your postage on it, make sure you have it weighed first just so you know how much postage is required and have some type of return address on the back. This is how you are going to put together your wedding invitation.