Post # 1
I was wondering if it was ok to include an information card in the invitation that referred the guest to our wedding website in leu of a directions card.
The wording would be
For information on accommodations and directions,
please visit our wedding website at
I know people might say, “what about older people who can’t navigate the internet?” and I’m aware of that. I just wanted to know if anyone else has ever done this and if it was in good taste or not.
Post # 3
I did this!
I don’t see anything wrong with it! You want to give them the website information some how!
Post # 4
Personally I think its fine. As far as an older person who can’t navigate the internet, if they can drive I’m sure they can most certainly pick up a phone and ask for directions. So you should be fine 🙂
Post # 5
Hmm, personally I included both a directions card and a website card. It covered all bases and it went down fine. But it is totally your call. Some of my guests lost the map and directions card, some of them lost the whole invite and had to ask me again anyways. It’s kind of inevitable.
Post # 6
I think it is fine in terms of ettiquette and good taste but I will warn you that, speaking from experience, even if you explictly direct people to a website and give them the info, most still will never look at it. The hit count on our website is practically nothing.
Post # 8
That’s exactly what I did!
Post # 9
I did not put a directions or accomodations card in our invitation but included our wedding website instead, like you are doing.
Post # 10
I did this too, and it wasn’t a problem at all.
Post # 11
Yay! Thank you so much everyone. Makes me feel way better. 🙂 Now off to try and find a good printer!
Post # 12
I think it is fine. I will prob include the name of the hotel on the invite but everything else will be on the website