Did you know Sep and Send wedding invitations can be used in a variety of ways? Did you know there was such a thing as a Sep and Send to begin with? Getting all three pieces you need in a wedding invitation ensemble for one low price is already pretty awesome! However, the Sep and Send Invitation is as versatile as it is affordable. Let us explain…

Sep and Send Uses

 How I love thee, let me count the ways…

  1. Straight Up – The Separate and Send wedding invitation includes the invitation (of course), the response card and the reception card all for one low price. These are the components of a standard wedding invitation ensemble, which will be sufficient for many couples. However, you can also…
  1. Add a Twist – Put your reception wording on the invitation if there is enough room (you may have to call customer service to help with this but they don’t mind and there is no added cost to you!) This frees up one of your enclosure cards to be whatever you want: accommodations card, direction card, even a thank you. You’ve just created a 4 in 1 wedding invitation. Sweet!
  1. Made for You – Maybe you don’t want the traditional response card. Maybe you’ve decided to use an online r.s.v.p service through your wedding website. Add your wedding website/online r.s.v.p. service to the response card. If you choose to eliminate the response line all together, use the extra room to mention other details like a note about attire, adult-only reception, street parking only.
  1. Rehearsal Invite? – Yes. Here’s why: you can use the invitation to invite all guests to the rehearsal dinner, then use the first enclosure card for directions to the rehearsal dinner location. You’re left with one more enclosure card, which is perfect for inviting specific people to the actual ceremony rehearsal (include an address). Just remember not everyone will receive that third card. Discard the extras.