Large or Small Items described as Large are A5 size
(210 x 148.5mm); Small items are A6 (148.5 x
105mm). For items which do not conform to either
size, we give the exact dimensions.
Folding items For these, the size given is the size
Imprints On the backs of invitations, menus and
the covers of service cards & booklets, we normally
place an imprint comprising design name, copyright
notice, business name and contact details. The back
panel is otherwise blank, so that the imprint does not
interfere with the artwork. It covers an area 8mm x
30mm. Here is a sample imprint: —
NOTES ON INDIVIDUAL ITEMS
Invitations are available in a choice of six styles:
A small single-sided, B large single-sided,
C small folding printed front only, D large folding
printed front only, E small folding printed front &
interior, F large folding printed front & interior.
In styles A to D the artwork consists of the
'invitation interior' graphic with the text set within
it; style E & F have the 'invitation front' graphic on
the front and the 'invitation interior' on the inside
Response card Small, printed one side. Supplied
with matching envelope. Note that if you order small
invitations with response cards, the invitation enve-
lope and the response-card envelope will be exactly
the same size, so that the latter will have to be folded
in half to fit inside the invitation envelope.
Two styles: G with unprinted envelope; H with reply
address and monogram printed on envelope
Thank-you card (style I) Small, printed one side.
Supplied with matching envelope.
Save-the-date card (style J) Small, printed one
side. Supplied with matching envelope. Graphics are
usually based on those for the response card.
Letterhead (style K) Large. Supplied with matching
envelope (114 x 162mm).
Presentation card (style L) Normally 52 x 74mm,
although this is flexible. Essentially this is an update
of the Victorian ‘calling card’ or ‘visiting card’ - like
a small business card, printed with name[s],
address and optional telephone/e-mail details.
It can also be used as an insert to accompany an
invitation, giving brief extra information such as
directions to the wedding venue, notes on
transport or accommodation, etc.
Service sheet master (style M) This has the
same content as a service card but is supplied as
either a high-resolution image or a print-out (2 sheets)
on white paper, so that you can have it printed yourself.
Service booklet cover (style N) Large folded.
Front panel printed with decorative title (normally
ORDER OF SERVICE), plus couple's names, church/
venue name, date, and (if applicable) monogram
and church/venue drawing.
Service card (style O) Large folded. Design on
front panel including names, place and date; text of
service on interior panels (concluded on back if
Service booklet Large folded. Decorative ORDER
OF SERVICE on front. Insert on matching paper with
text of service; the first insert page is normally
treated as a title-page (with graphics similar to
the 'Invitation interior' artwork).
Three styles, depending on no. of pages of insert:
P 4 pages, Q 5–8 pages, R 9–12 pages.
Menu Three styles: S cover only (similar to Style
N service-book cover; T large single-sided;
U large folding, printed front & interior.
Place card (style V) 70 x 95mm. Folded across
so as to stand up on a table. Names and date on
one side; optional message on the other.
Space for writing in guest's name.
Gift tag (style X) 30 x 70mm, double-sided.
Drilled for attachment to cake-boxes,
favours, gifts etc.
Table plan (style Y) A3 (420 x 297mm).
Includes guests' names. May also include a
diagram of the tables themselves, although
this depends on the number of names that
has to be accommodated.