What to Put in Your Pocket Wedding Invitations

Today I am sharing this fun wedding invitation set designed for McKayla and Mark, recently joined as Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, congratulations!

I wanted to show this set because it is a perfect example of what a pocket set looks like and how it all fits together.  Pocket cards are perfect when you have multiple “information” or “enclosure” cards.  For this set the larger card was for the reception which included location information and directions to the venue.  This is also a good place to put a map if you want more direction help for your wedding guests.  The next card was accommodation information, which is such a great thing for guests to have.  If you have a lot of wedding guests coming from out of town please be sure to provide this information.  Most of the time hotels will offer a special rate if your guests book with them so be sure to call around and find out those details.  Guests will genuinely appreciate the extra savings.  Also included in the set is the response card, with simple icons to request meal choice and finally the small card was used for the bride and groom’s gift registry information.  All of the cards tuck nicely into the side pocket and then everything is easily folded and stuffed inside an envelope.

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Beautiful matching programs were designed for the day of the event.  Other day of items may also include a menu, name tags and table numbers.  If your wedding is a little more relaxed and fun advice cards are a great thing for guests to do while they wait in between different events for the day.

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Jeneze Designs offers everything shown above and more and we can design complete matching sets for everything needed.  Contact us today for more information.

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