Post # 1
What is the best way to handle this? Seperate invite? Enclosure with wedding invite? Word of mouth?
It’s not a formal thing – bridal party and close family invited for sure, but open to anyone really.
If you’re having one, how are you inviting people?
Post # 3
If you have a website that would be a good place for it. Since ours was a destination wedding we just included it in the invite on the list of events/timeline.
Post # 4
I think my FMIL wants to do one and I have NO clue how to do invites so Im curious to know as well.
Post # 5
I’ve been invited via the OOT guest bag before, but it’s a good idea to use word of mouth also so that people can plan for it.
Post # 6
Oooh our website is a good idea.
Post # 7
I would do an insert in the invite and also OOT bag.
Post # 8
i think we’ll do an insert in the invitation… i wouldn’t put it up on our website only because we are keeping it small ( BP and family only ).
Post # 9
We’re just having word of mouth at the wedding, im going to leave it up to the bridal party to pass it along
Post # 10
That is the reason I am doing pocketfold envelopes! The brunch we are doing is for family only so I am going to do an extra insert for the brunch in only the invites for family. That way I am going to save on postage and time, hopefully. Plus I am doing an extra line on half of my response cards for people to check if they are attending the brunch so we have a preliminary head count.
Post # 11
I think word of mouth can be dicey because it makes it hard to plan for how many people you might have. I was at a wedding where they were having the morning-after brunch at a venue and when 30 extra people showed up they were out of room and out of food. But for more casual events it shouldn’t be a problem.
Post # 12
I wonder if I should do an evening dinner? that wouldn’t make sense though right I don’t know if folks will still be at the venue or not because hopefully we’ll be leaving for the honeymoon the evening of our wedding…
Post # 13
We were planning on announcing ours on our wedding website, and then having a spot on our reply cards with our invitations for people to check off whether or not they were planning on attending our Sunday brunch. I just found out today though that my aunt and uncle (who are going to be hosting the brunch) would like to send out their own invites for the brunch. So that takes care of that! All I have to do is send my aunt the address list for our guests…
Post # 14
We are including the information on our save the dates (for those invited) and then sending a separate invite following the wedidng invitation.
I LOVE paper products, so the more invites i can send, the happier i am!