Post # 1
FI and I were talking about this earlier today. I mentioned that typically it’s considered tacky to include registry information in the invitation, and he asked how people are supposed to know then. Other than word of mouth, how have you gotten the word out? We don’t have a wedding website, so I was wondering would it be just as bad to include the information on the accomadations insert of our invitation?
Post # 3
We are making the RSVP go through our wedding website, so that they have to go to the website, where the registry information is. It’s a problem out here, as people don’t follow rules of etiquette, so they figure you’ll just put it in the invitation, and if it’s not there, they’ll assume you didn’t register.
We also just put it up on facebook, after we went to do our scanning, with comments like “whew! spent all day at Macy’s in Seattle. Wedding registries are exhausting!
Post # 4
Yeah we had a flag that said for more information visit http://www.brideandgroom.com. Hotel, registry and additional info was on there.
Post # 5
So basically, the internet is the only way to go? FI and I decided that we weren’t going to have a wedding website, and I figured that older family members wouldn’t even know what it was when they saw it.
Post # 6
It’s better not to include it on your invitation, but many people print separate cards with registry information and add them into the invitation envelope.