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Invitation Assembly Tips

Introduction to wedding invitation assembly

Wedding invitation assembly is generally straightforward and simple to understand. Generally speaking, assemble your invitations in size order. Since the invite is the largest card, stack all other enclosure cards on top. Reply cards are placed face up, under the flap of the reply envelope; they do not go inside the included reply envelope. Reply envelopes should be addressed and include a stamp.

Your invitation should be inserted into the envelope face up so that the text is legible when pulled out of the envelope by your guests. When done properly the invitation should be legible when you remove the card with your right hand.

At one time, all invitations were delivered to the customer with tissue paper. Tissue paper was used to prevent the slow-drying ink from smudging on the other cards. As printing technologies have improved, this is no longer a concern. Accordingly, tissue paper is no longer included.

Invitation Only

Your invitation should be inserted into the envelope face up so that the text is legible when removed from the envelope by your guests. If you are unable to insert the invitation right side up, it should be turned in the envelope counter-clockwise.

When done correctly, the invitation should be legible when you pull the card out of the envelope with your right hand.

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Invitation with RSVP Card

Insert the invitation first. Insert the response card under the flap of its included envelope, not inside it. The response card should be inserted on top of the invitation.

Reply envelopes should be addressed and include a stamp.

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Additional Cards

Insert the invitation first. The largest enclosure card is inserted next, followed by the remaining enclosure cards, including response card, in size order. Insert the response card under the flap of its included envelope, not inside it.

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