How to Make Inserts for Wedding Invitation Enclosures

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How to Make Inserts for Wedding Invitation Enclosures
Wedding inserts provide guests with additional information. (Creatas Images/Creatas/Getty Images)

Inserts for wedding invitations can relay a wide variety of information. While the wedding invitation itself should contain all the pertinent details, such as the place, date and time of the wedding, there could be additional information that you want to provide to guests. This could include hotel information, details on transportation or a listing of activities to do in the area of the wedding. The appropriate way to do this is to print the information on an insert. The insert should match the formality of the invitation itself, although it does not necessarily need to match the exact paper and fonts used.

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Things you need

  • Invitations
  • Paper
  • Computer
  • Printer

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  1. 1

    Select a paper stock for the inserts. The paper should reflect the formality of the invitation in texture and weight. The colour should also be a simple white or neutral colour or a colour that coordinates with the invitation.

  2. 2

    Type the information you want included on the insert. For example, for information on accommodations, include the name and address of the hotel, the phone number for the hotel, the rates, the deadline for booking the room as well as instructions on how to do so. Proofread all information.

  3. 3

    Experiment with the font for the insert. The font should be legible; however, do not be afraid to use a font with a bit of flair, such as a script font. Use a font that is similar to the font used on the invitation.

  4. 4

    Copy and paste the information to fit on one page. Leave enough space between each section that each insert can be easily cut out.

  5. 5

    Print a test copy of the inserts onto your selected paper. Proofread again and check the layout of the insert and revise accordingly.

  6. 6

    Print as many inserts as you have invitations.

  7. 7

    Cut out each insert to be placed within the wedding invitation.

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