Booklet wedding invitations are one of our most popular types of bespoke wedding invitations. Some of our clients refer to them as cheque book invitations. If I had to sum them up in a few short words I would say that they’re neat and perfectly formed. Though this article is solely about booklet invitations them so we won’t end here.
About our booklet invitations
All the designs in our bespoke collections can be used as booklet invitations. Even if the website or blog hasn’t shown a picture of it they can be ordered or samples requested. It’s more a problem of being able to do so much that not everything can be shown. They have tabbed design making each page part of the overall look of the invitation. Booklet wedding invitations when done well are great looking invitation that can be packed of full information for your guests. We make sure our invitations have a great quality finish and are made from really great card. You can see the stationery ranges on our website here.
Booklet invitation layout
Typically our booklet invitations have 4 pages. There are no rules on what page is used as what. Here though I’ll describe a common layout that is used in our samples and by many of our clients.
The first page is typically used as a cover. The cover features the design from the bespoke collection as chosen by our clients. The design is made unique to each client through adapting the colours, fonts and texts to suit their needs. Embellishments like Swarovski crystals or pearls can be added. We also like the cover to feature the names of the Bride and Groom. They shouldn’t be an afterthought on the inside, it’s their wedding these invitations are for after all.
Page two in our samples has the invitation text. This is the classic bit where normally either the Bride and Groom or the Bride’s parents invites the guest to the wedding. If you would like to see some examples of text in both cases click the relevant link. It’s also the first page to have a title at the end. These let the guest know exactly what is on each page. They also form an effective part of the overall design as the titles are normally coloured to tie in with the cover design. Some of the designs even stretch across the pages such as our Miami and Catania designs.
Page 3 is normally used as an RSVP which can be detached from the invite and returned. If an RSVP is to be incorporated in the booklet rather than as a separate item it makes sense to be one page three. If the front is a cover, then the second is probably the invite text which makes most sense before the RSVP. While the forth page can’t be detached as it is attached to the back of the invite.
The RSVP often includes space to list those guests who have been invited that are attending and we normally manage to accommodate menu choices if your letting your guests choose their food. A envelope for the RSVP section is included with each invite.
If there are no menu choices this page will often have other contact details for your guests.
Page 4 is normally information. A map which is included in the price of the invites is a regular feature as well as details of the venue. Accommodation options are quite often detailed on this page.
Get in Contact
If you like the idea of our booklet invitations you see all our bespoke collections on the main website now. We are a UK based stationery maker typically selling across the UK but will ship worldwide.