Post # 1
Okay so I have finally chosen my invitations and are ordering them this weekend or no later than Monday! My Fiance and I have a wedding website and the option to RSVP online is available even with a menu selection so it’s pretty easy =) My question is that we are putting an RSVP card in the invitation so is it okay to put our wedding website on the RSVP card since they can also go online? Plus, we don’t want to just put our registry info all over the invitations. Suggestions are appreciated! Here’s the invitations we chose just for fun 😉 Not sure how to flip the pic though lol
Post # 3
@Firemansgirl: yes 🙂 all of the invites I’ve recieved have had this
Post # 4
@Girasole: Awesome! Thanks for the help=)
Post # 5
I say putting it on the RSVP is a great idea! I did a little extra insert with our wedding webiste on it and looking back putting it on the rsvp would be a much better idea!
Post # 6
Yes do whatever you can to force people to the wedding website.
Post # 7
Ideally, you should put your wedding website URL in small print along the bottom of your accommodations card, the card that provides guests with your hotel information and and any directions/maps you plan to provide. I would not include it on your response cards, since guests will be returning those to you, and they may not think to copy your website address prior to mailing the card.
Post # 8
- Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo
Maybe put an extra card the size of business card in? You could easily buy some nice cardstock and just print out several to a sheet and cut them to size yourself.
By the way, those invites are gorgeous! Love the lace cutout edges!!
Post # 9
@elysion: Thank you!!
@Brielle: good thinking!!
Post # 10
We were going to put the URL on the back of our invitations, where “Hallmark” would be, or somewhere similar.
Hotel info will be a separate card for out-of-state guests only, who already know about the room block and the website. I was also going to include on the back of the hotel info a simplified map of the location of the light rail station, the hotel, and the boat.