Post # 1
I am making invites myself and love the idea of the hand writen look.
I am trying to figure out if I should include our wedding site in on the invite or on a seperate paper.
Our response cards are going to be vintage california postcards.
I was thinking if I don’t write it on the invite, I will write on the response cards something like
“please rsvp at http://www.weddingsite.com or send us back this card”
**obviously our invites have the real venue, city and site url**
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Post # 3
I voted for a seperate card… I think writing it on the invitation would take away from the “vintage” effect you’re going for 🙂
What is the name of that font??
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Post # 5
I second the vote of the seperate card. I think having it on a seperate card will keep the rhythm of an invitation vs. a letter 🙂
Post # 6
We ordered our invitations, but went to Paper Source, matched the stock and did our own maps. We put the website address on that card under the wording “For directions and more information please go see”
Post # 7
I think your example is great, and I’d leave it on the invitation UNLESS you want to do a separate card with other info (hotels, directions, website). I don’t think it takes a bit away from your invitaiton, especially after viewing your example.
That way, people who send back their reply cards won’t lose the website!
Post # 8
i put seperate peice of paper, just because i know that people like a little travel info sent with the invite. i’m just including a map and saying the same “for more wedding info and turn-by-turn directions please visit http://www...”. the look you’re going for is so different- i really like it!