This small piece of paper typically goes inside all of your wedding invitations. It can include ceremony and reception details, directions, transportation schedules, the wedding website, and any other important information for guests. If you are reserving hotel room blocks for out-of-town guests, it is recommended to share this information on an accommodation details card. This card is especially essential if you have a lot of guests who may not be web-savvy to navigate your wedding website.
The Dior Suite is timeless. An elegant classic serif typeface from 1722 is printed on golden ecru cotton rag paper.
The Penelope Suite has pizazz. Penelope reveals brushed hand lettering for headlines and a contemporary sans serif for body copy.
Fonts: Scala Sans and Amalfi Coast
The Romilly Suite displays a cultivated style distinguished by a handsome serif type family that works hard yet plays beautifully.
The Coretta Suite is great for any destination wedding, where distinctive typography and themed artwork are customized to your location or venue.
Fonts: Atlane and Mr. Eaves
The Sophia Suite is a modern geometric style commanding the page through light mono-weight strokes and complementing sans serif type.
Font: Century Gothic
The Katherine Suite is designed for brides with discerning taste. A sophisticated serif font family flaunts prestige through airy compositions.
The Jolie Suite demonstrates a refreshingly lighthearted tenderness through informal script lettering and delicate colors.
Fonts: Archer and Heart Love
The Eloise Suite is brassy and bold. Combining the classic elegance of a didone serif with informal script handwriting, Eloise knows how celebrate in style.
Fonts: Bodoni, Archer, and Beholder
The Fiorella Suite combines classic and modern typographic influences with decorative floral artwork that is custom drawn to match your ceremony.
Fonts: Gill Sans and Scala
* Each suite can be customized with your choice of colors, artwork, type, layout, and paper.
Let’s get started! First, take a moment to jot down your favorite design options: I want to know which cards you need, your design preferences, and how many wedding suites you’re aiming to print. If you’re uncertain at this point, that’s okay! I’m here to help and guide you every step of the way. Tell me what you’re thinking, and let’s start the conversation about your dream wedding!