How to Assemble Wedding Invitations

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Assembling wedding invitations involves accounting for several components, such as the invitation itself, the response card, a directions card, an inner envelope and an outer envelope. Make sure everything faces the right direction when assembling a wedding invitation with information from an experienced event coordinator in this free video on weddings.

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Hi, I'm Becky Sosa with Stress Free Events and I'd like to talk to you about how to assemble wedding invitations. First we're going to look at each part of the wedding invitation. Most wedding invitations now, are sticking with just an outer envelope. So, we have our outer envelope, and that is just for the sake of putting an address on it. We have the invitation itself, that gives all of the details of the wedding. This lets people know when the wedding is, where it's going to be, and things like that. Another very important card is the response card. This card is something that your guests are going to send back to you, letting you know that they're going to be there and how many of them will attend. And, another card you want to include is directions. This will help your guests know how to get from the hotel that you've booked rooms at, to your location and any other important information they might need. As far as assembling the invitations, the rule is to start with your largest first and then add the smaller pieces of paper on top of that. So, in this case, we have our invitation, we'll put our directions, and our response card, make sure they're stacked neatly, make sure the ink is facing the back of the envelope when you slide it in, slide it on in, seal it carefully. Have your return envelope, you can have it either printed on the back, or you can write it yourself, and address it to your guests. This is assembling wedding invitations.

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