Post # 1
Looking at our invitations a few days ago, I realized we put the restaurant that the reception is in, but not which room. My fiance says that people will just ask where to go but also since it’s a small wedding (20-30 people) that we should be okay with spreading the information by word of mouth. I was wondering if we shouldn’t type up a small piece of paper and stick it in with the room name (even though it wouldn’t match). He still maintains it’ll be fine without an additional paper in the invitation. Any ideas or opinions?
Post # 3
Do you have a wedding website? I might put it there. Or make some sort of sign for the restaurant day-of. And I agree that word of mouth should be a fine way for 20-30 people.
Post # 4
@babymilka74: It’s already on the website which is listed on the bottom of the invitation for additional information. And I think a lot of people know since it’s small so a lot of people are close to us.
Post # 5
We had our wedding at a place that has multiple banquet rooms. They had posted signage themselves about which wedding/event was in which room for that date.
Post # 6
I agree that a sign and/or word of mouth should be sufficient. My reception is taking place in the upstairs function room of a local restuarant and it honestly never even occured to me to put the room name on the invitation. We’re also doing the ceremony on site (outdoors) so I figured we’d have signs or people would ask where they need to go. Don’t stress!
Post # 7
Most venues that have multiple rooms have a sign near the entry directing people where to go.
If it is on your website, I wouldn’t worry about doing anything else.
Even if it wasn’t on your website, I wouldn’t worry.
People will find it.