September 20, 2011
Cards containing the names of guests, usually placed at the respective guests’ place setting at the reception.
Translucent paper used as a layer of covering. It gives invitations a look of antiquity and importance.
A motif of two or more letters, typically a person’s initials, usually interwoven or otherwise combined in a decorative design, used as a logo or to identify a personal possession.
Usually a card in the invitation set which contains a map of the venue where the wedding and/or reception will be held, and instructions or an illustration on how to get there.
The part of the invitation set that contains the “WH”’s of the event.
An invitation which has fabric as its main element; it is usually adorned with crystals, brooch, beads and ribbons.
A four-paneled invitation created after folding a sheet of paper twice. This fold is most common with parchment invitations.
Personalized enclosures to be sent with gifts.
A hardbound fabric-covered folding cover or holder where the main invitation is usually mounted inside. Some may have pockets where the other loose cards of the invitation set could be inserted.
Cards placed at the entrance of the event venue that contain the names of guests and their table number assignment.
A sheet placed inside the envelope covering the inside of the flap up to the bottom of the inside of the envelope, envelope lining is an additional option or space for you to convey the theme of the invitation, via color or graphic design.
A card in a wedding invitation set, which details the names of the entourage, and their parts in the wedding ceremony
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