Post # 1
Our invites are only one page and we’re not including an enclosure with hotel information as most of our guests are in the area. We did reserve a room block in case and I’d like to include that information. Any suggestions on how to include/word this information? Should it follow be at the end? Our invite wording is as follows: Together with our families Bride and Groom invite you to join us at the celebration of our marriage on Saturday, June seventh, two thousand eight at half after five o’clock in the evening Dinner and dancing to follow Hotel Name| Los Angeles, California -Cocktail Attire optional-
Post # 3
I wouldn’t put that info on the invite itself. Either use word of mouth, or make an insert (it can just be a printed out piece of paper) with hotel info for the out of town guests only.
Post # 4
- Wedding: July 2018 - Dreams Cancun Resort & Spa
I agree, don’t put in on the actual invite. I made a seperate acommodations card but even a paper print out will do.
Post # 5
I vote with EK and lovebird – you can print out a separate sheet and include it only with those invitations for out-of-towners. Or if you really have only a very few out-of-towners, you could add a little handwritten note…
Post # 6
agreed, i put this on a separate insert. It was actually on my directions card where i let everyone know that a hotel was available, address, phone number and rate.
Post # 7
Ditto on the separate insert. Just make sure that your wording doesn’t imply that you’re paying for their rooms! I think our wording said something like "for your convenience, rooms have been blocked off [instead of "reserved"] at X and Y hotels. To make reservations, call xxx-xxx-xxxx."