The second thing I noticed (once I opened the invitation) was that her direction card was printed on regular computer paper on a quarter-sheet. Why am I so dumb sometimes when it comes to invitations and saving money? I was all ready to have mine professionally printed at Envelopper Inc. on 4 x 5¼" cards, designed to match my invitations as closely as possible, for almost $100. What was I thinking? I can do this practically for free on my own printer! Jeez, A. Start using your brain already!
Anyway, designing these took all of five minutes: I've listed directions from the north (my family), the south (D's family and all of our friends), and the east (the airport for our out-of-town and international guests, although I'm sure they'll be staying at hotels to the north or the south!), and our website URL where they can look up hotel information and graphic maps (*cough*and our registries*cough*oh yeah, that was the other thing I noticed about her invitation: her registry cards both fell out at me and I thought to myself that this is probably not how I'll notify my bridesmaids where I'm registered!).