Getting Information to the Guests
Rather than using the ‘scrappy bits of paper’ technique mentioned in the introduction, quality pre-printed inserts designed to match the Wedding Stationery can be prepared and included in each invite. It is a good idea to have them printed on pages the same size as the actual invite or marginally smaller, and you may wish to consider placing them in a separate envelope tucked inside the invite itself. One technique we have seen recently provides a number of ‘wallets’ on the inside left page of the invite into which the details can be tucked. Dependent upon the exact method you opt for, you can expect it to cost between 20p and £1 per invite.
Fully Printed Stationery
Fully printed stationery with a number of different pages to the invite is quite a slick way to get the additional details out to the guests, but finding a stationer who offers this service can be tricky. If you are lucky enough to track one down, it will depend on the exact number of pages you require, but you can expect the cost of the invites to nearly double, although many would argue that it is well worth it.
If you really want to bring your Wedding into the 21st Century, then the only way to do it is with a Wedding website. Wedding websites have a multitude of uses and benefits, and if done well can really make your Wedding look a sleek affair. A number of 'free' ones are available on the market but typically they are not fully customisdable, nor up to the job. For a half decent website, you can expect to pay anywhere from £50 to £500 depending upon what you’re after and it really can be money well spent. As a word of caution however, just remember that not all of your guests will have computer access, especially older guests, so you may wish to get a number of printed versions of your website done for guests such as these.