Post # 1
During the last two snow days I was super productive and finally conquored the Gocco and printed my invitations. There’s a bit of a back story to the “illustration” on the invitation. As someone that doesn’t know the backstory (like most of my guests) would you prefer to have the backstory available (on our website), should I include a quote that nearly ties it all together, or should I just leave it alone?
The quote would likely be from Edward Sharp’s “Home” and possibly be printed on the belly band of our pocketfolds.
Post # 3
sorry I voted for the 3rd option but I meant to click the first!!
Post # 4
A shameless bump in hopes of getting a more clear “winner”
Thank you all in advance. The illustration is pretty sentimental, so I’m having a hard time figuring out if others will actually care.
Post # 5
Our website has a bunch of what I’m calling “bonus material” — a lot of it has to do with traveling to Alaska, but some of it has to do with us (some photos, links to my wedding planning column, etc.). I think using the quote on the invitation and then telling the whole story on the website is a great idea — some people won’t be that into it, which is fine because they can skip it, but others will really enjoy reading it. Personally I love when couples have a lot of fun extras on their wedding sites.