Events can be complicated, but when everything comes together just right, the fine-tuned details make your party seem flawlessly planned. All the little things your guests need to know — for starters: where to go, how to get there, when to arrive, what to wear, who to bring (or not bring) — take up valuable real estate in your invitation. But there’s an even bigger question for you as the host: Where to fit it all?
There’s a seamless, elegant solution. Adding additional cards to your invitation lets you share all of the important details without clumsy follow-up emails or a crowded card. It gives you the freedom to play with spacing, colors, and fonts on your invitation to make sure your guests get a stellar first impression — save the fine print for the extra cards.
Multiple cards are an especially good option for weddings; your recipients can get the experience of traditional multi-piece wedding invitations, minus the paper waste and through-the-roof costs for you. Add cards for accommodation options, ceremony details, directions, or times for a morning-after brunch.
To add additional cards to your mailing, click Add and then Card when in the design tool. (We recommend using the same card or a similar one that matches. Click Options and then Change Paper to choose from any card on the site.) You can add up to five additional cards to a single mailing, so play around with creative inserts like hand-drawn maps or photos — perhaps one of you and your fiancee for an engagement announcement or a candid of your two-year-old for his birthday invite. Aya, a member of the Paperless Post support team, used multiple cards to list the different potential locale options for her birthday party. (See? It’s okay to be indecisive if you do it with grace.)
In our dream world, all of life’s logistics would be conveyed this seamlessly.
The Paperless Team