Post # 1
My ceremony and my reception are at two different locations. I will definitely have addresses and directions on our website… but how do I word this on the formal invitation? Any ideas?
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Post # 2
i put the ceremony address on the invitation and made a separate card with the reception information.
but if you want to have all the info on the same card you could put at the bottom “reception to follow at….”
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Post # 3
- Wedding: May 2017 - Northern Territory, Australia
Having the ceremony and reception at two different locations is normal for all the weddings I have been to. On all the invitations I have received it says, after the details of the ceremony, something along the lines of:
Reception to follow at Second Venue’s Address, 6.30pm
This is what my Fiance and I will be doing too 🙂
Post # 4
The vast majority of weddings are held at two venues, so this is by no means an unusual situation.
You can give the address of the ceremony on the invitation then add the reception information at the bottom.
“Reception to follow”
1155 W Main St
Or, you can include a separate reception card.
Post # 5
Like a PP all the weddings I’ve been to were at separate locations. We did not put anything on our formal inviation – only ceremony details. We included a separate card with reception information.
Post # 6
I’m planning on a separate reception card. There will be a gap between our ceremony and reception (FI feels very strongly about seeing me before so all photos will be after) and so I will have to include info about doors open xx pm and dinner service at xx pm.