It’s likely that you will have a lot of information that you want to share with your guests about your wedding day - from the location and menu options to local accommodation recommendations - so including information cards with your wedding invitations is a great way to keep your guests up to date. Our information cards can perfectly match your wedding invitations, so you can keep all of your wedding stationery in your own unique style.
The format depends on the amount of information you want to share with your guests. If you're planning multi-day celebrations, or want to recommend extra accomodation options, or information about weddings abroad, then we recommend our more elaborate wedding invitation cards, such as our three-piece-set or our folded card with insert. These cards provide enough space for all relevant information. For wedding invitations with less text, we recommend our variety of 2-sided and folded cards.
As soon as you've set your location and date! This way all guests can plan their travel and accommodation needs in time. Wedding invitations for a wedding abroad should be sent at least three to four months in advance. We recommend sending 'Save the Date' cards first to inform your guests ahead of time.
For wedding invitations with a lot of text, we recommend our popular 3-piece card sets as this allows you to easily communicate all relevant information to your guests. We also offer a more economical option, which allows you to combine a standard folded card with a 2-sided insert. These insert cards are suitable for shorter information such as directions or as a response card.
Yes, we offer an extensive range of high quality paper grades. There's something here for every taste: from classic picture printing paper for brilliant color renditions to pearlescent paper with a glossy effect, as well as linen papers, and a natural paper with textured surface.
Depending on the graphics card or system settings you use, the colour that is displayed through our online-editor on your monitor may differ from the colour that is printed. Although we use the latest proofing and printing technology (digital offset printing - INDIGO) to achieve very good colour accuracy (deviations less than 5%), there can always be some colour deviations in digital printing due to the production technology. Samples should therefore not serve as a colour reference for follow-up orders.
Our editor includes a wide range of possibilities, but also has its limitations. Please avoid pasting texts directly from Word or other text programs into the editor. Since formatting and hidden special characters such as special characters or symbols are often copied here, problems can arise in the prepress stage. Ideally, use the installed fonts for this purpose and, if necessary, remove formatting by using Notepad.