All of our ceremony and reception items are fully customizable to match your invitation suite. Need additional items that are not shown in this suite? No problem – we can do just about anything, from escort cards to signature drink signage! Just send us an email regarding the items you need and we will get back to you with a bundled design fee for your stationery.
DESIGN FEE PRICING:
The Wedding Reception Stationery Suite shown here is a design fee of $125 and includes:
• Welcome Letter
• Ceremony Program
• Escort Cards
• Place Cards
• Table Names
How much does it cost for us to print the items for you? View pricing options and get an online quote here, under our Ceremony and Reception section: get a quote.
If you choose to have Serendipity print your additional wedding stationery, please note that the printing and production time is 15 business days after final artwork is approved (excluding holidays).
PURCHASE THE DIGITAL FILE:
Because these last minute details of your event can get you down to the wire, you do have the option to purchase the digital file for an additional $10 per item. We will provide you with the high resolution files in PDF or JPG format for you to print locally or at home. Note the files are not editable.
HOW TO GET STARTED:
Purchase a design fee listing in our store (we can adjust the design fee to include more items or less on your final invoice), or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org requesting a bundled design fee quote for the items you need.
You have sent your beautiful custom wedding invitations – everyone loves them, and starting to receive the response cards – you get a smile on your face as you them and the thoughtful messages people wrote. As your wedding day approaches, you begin to check off the remaining items on your to-do list. Some of those items likely include additional wedding stationery elements: ceremony program, reception menu, escort cards, place cards, table names, seating charts, guest book poster, photo booth signage, “Reserved” signs, cocktail menus, etc. For a cohesive wedding look, let us design these additional wedding elements for you! We’ll pull the details that everyone so loved from your unique wedding invites and incorporate them into the rest of your wedding signage. Your custom wedding logo, gorgeous colors and decorative elements will have a fresh look when used on these coordinating items.
A Welcome Letter greats each of your guests as they check into the hotel. Inform your wedding party of the upcoming events, what to expect and any other important information they’ll need to know for your wedding.
The ceremony program allows your guests to follow along with your thoughtfully planned wedding ceremony. The program is also a great place to let your guests know your relation to each member of the wedding party, read a little in memory statement, or a thank you note from the bride and groom. They can be single-sided, double-sided or folded, depending on the amount of space you need for all your details. And, the best party, the same font and look from your wedding invitations will be carried through the first piece of your ceremony and reception.
Escort cards and place cards are a great way to let your guests know which table they’re seated at and can be used in conjunction with a seating chart. The escort card is typically situated, in alphabetically order by last name, on a table near the entrance to your reception room. It lists the guest’s table number or table name and is often tucked into a miniature envelope with their name written on the outside.
The place card is put at the guest’s specific seat. Have the guest’s name on both sides of the card so everyone at the table knows who their table mates are for the evening.
Table names or number work in tandem with the escort cards or seating chart. They serve as a marker that let your guests know which table is theirs. You’ve put a lot of thought into where everyone sits and table names/numbers help avoid confusion. This is also one element to any wedding that can be made fun and unique to you and your spouse. For example, instead of regular numbers, name your tables after your favorite restaurants and venues or after cities you have visited together. Include a thoughtful blurb as to what the location means to you both as a great conversation starter for those sitting at the table. Since you want the table names to be seen from a bit of a distance, we suggest making them 5.5″ wide x 8.5″ tall. While this is the standard, it doesn’t mean it’s right for every reception or every bride.