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Wedding reception information is typically included on the wedding invitation, but you may want to send the reception information as an enclosure card - for a more formal feel, or because you have a lot of information to convey. That information should include at a minimum the reception venue name and address, and time of the reception. You may also include dress code, a small map to help guests find their way, information about the food and/or drinks, or a contact number in case guests get lost.

Alternatively, sometimes you want a really low-key ceremony with only your closest family and friends, but a big after-party to invite everyone else who's still important in your life! This is where reception cards as reception-only invitations come in. In contrast to traditional wedding invitations, reception invitations say nothing about the ceremony and only invite guests to the reception. In this case, you'll want to include the date of the reception as well, and make sure to provide a way to RSVP, either with an RSVP card, wedding website or phone number.