What On The Day Stationery Do I Need?

 

“What stationery pieces do I need for my wedding?”….. Of course the answer for everyone is different. Some brides just print up invites and have their RSVP on the invite. Often the on the day stuff tends to get overlooked until the very last minute. Take a look below to help you decide what stationery you really need for the day of the wedding.

1. Orders of service/Ceremony booklets

Helps your guests follow your ceremony and introduces them to your wedding party. It also helps them understand some traditions you choose to incorporate in your ceremony. Not to mention it is also a keepsake of the day. They come in all shapes and sizes and can differ depending on religion. 

 
2. Table plan
Seating plans are usually located on entrance to the banquet room. They indicate to your guests the table layouts and where they will be seated. They can correspond with place cards (see below).

 

3. Place cards and table numbers
Place cards tell your guest which chair to sit at once at the table. Depending on your table arrangement they may not always be necessary if you are allowing your guests to choose their own seat. Table numbers identify the correct table to your guests. Often this is an excellent opportunity to be creative with your guests.#

 

4. Menu cards
Menu cards inform the guests of the meal that will be served. They are not always necessary particularly for a buffet or less formal receptions. They will also not be required if your guests selected their meal choice in advance of the day.


 

5. Guest book
Wedding guest books are a nice keepsake from your wedding day. Nowadays they come in all shapes and sizes, sometimes they aren’t even shaped like a book. Our Thumb-Print Guest Books are a beautiful and unique alternative to the traditional wedding guest book and a really nice keepsake for after your wedding. Enjoy your Guest Book as a special piece of art in your home, not a memory stored away in a box!

 

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