Post # 1
I’m working on the invitaitons for the day before the wedding, including time line of events and what not. For our rehersal dinner, we need a count of entree selections- so we need to have RSVP cards. On the invite I wanted to include information about the wine tour we’re doing before the rehearsal, should I include the price of the wine tour on the invitation? Should I just tell the people the cost after they say they want to come? Awhile back I already contacted the people who would be invited and they already said that they’d like to go, but nothing about cost was discussed.
This is what I’m thinkng of wording for the invitation:
Please join us in preperation for the wedding of
On April 13th, 2013
Jack & Jill Wine Tour
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Leaving from Venue
Cost is $40/person + tastings
Resturant inside Venue
Post # 3
Absolutely show the cost if you expect them to pay for it. I think you’ve done a great job with the wording. Are they paying at the door or do you need to pay in advance? Do you need a headcount for the wine tasting? If so, you may need to state an rsvp system for it as well.
Sounds like a fun day!
Post # 4
I don’t think your guests need to know when the ceremony practice is if they aren’t in the ceremony.
I’d make a separate card for the wine outing – make sure they know it’s optional.
For the dinner, just have a phone or email RSVP, with a cutoff date. No need for a response card.
Post # 5
@futuremrsfitz18: Well everyone that we’re sending out invitations to is included in all three things. We’re keeping everything pretty small with the wine tour and dinner, so it’s not like we’re going to have random friends come on the wine tour with us 🙂
@bunny8: Yeah, I’ve been working on the rsvp cards too. I think we’re going to do a check system where guests write their name on the line put a check mark to what they want for an entree and if they want to come on the wine tour. I’m glad it doesn’t sound rude! Thanks for your input