Post # 1
[sorry, this was supposed to go into Paper!]
Our invites are just about ready to go (yay!) and I started putting the first ones in envelopes today. We kept them super simple intentionally, but they almost look TOO simple/bare now!
I’m wondering…is there anything obvious that I should/could be enclosing that I’m missing?
– We are doing RSVPs completely online, so there’s no RSVP card
– We are doing a map to the venue, but because half our guests are local, it’s going into the welcome bags at the hotels for the Out of Town crowd—directions to the hotel are on the website, but people are arriving from every which way anyway (three airports to choose from!) and the directions are different depending on which way you’re coming from, so it didn’t make sense to try to put them in with the invites.
– The website is already on the invite for the RSVPs, and has all the other lodging and registry info on it so no need for any of that separately.
Is there anything else that we should (or could) be putting in? I’m afraid if I start sealing them, I’ll suddenly come up with something….augh. Thanks!
Post # 3
right I take it since your rsvps are done via website that everyone one of your guests is technological or has access to your website?
If they didnt have access.. thats when Id be put everything in. I think you pretty much covered it tho. Except for reception card? is everything available on the website? and the invitation has reception details on it? ( just incase you were inviting some people to the ceremony but not the reception, Ive had to do this so therefore needed to create reception card)
Post # 5
Thanks! Yep, guests all have web access (including the 93-year-old grandma, impressively!) so we’re covered there. The ceremony and reception are same place, same time so the invite info covers both….and invites for the welcome dinner are going out separately so nothing to include for that. Maybe we’re good?
Post # 7
Should help with postage costs!
Post # 8
sounds like you got it all covered!
Post # 9
Thanks! (And yes, definitely helps with postage….one of several reasons we went online the RSVP cards, actually! We’ll see how that goes, though.)