Post # 1
Sooo I was making my invitations and realized that I forgot to make a response card, map of the place and hotels in the area. My wonderful fiance suggested making a wedding website that has all of that listed so we can save money and trees. Is that appropriate since everyone we are inviting has internet access?
Post # 3
I’ve seen invitations without the directions, hotel information but I’m not sure if it was because we were in the area. Maybe send that info for those OOT guests with the invites. I don’t see a problem going the website route but you never know how many people will actually go to the website.
Post # 4
By response card do you mean an RSVP card? Technically, if you did not include one, then you have not asked people to respond whether they are coming or not! Unless you wrote R.s.v.p. on the invitations themselves…
Did you mail them already?
Post # 5
@peachacid: I didn’t catch that, good question.
Post # 6
Thats what I did! The invitations were just the invitations. At the bottom I just wrote please go to our website to rsvp and for more information. Our website has all the additional information.
Post # 7
I haven’t sent them, just finished the design. I do mean rsvp card. I was thinking of having a sperate card that says please rsvp by and a phone number and visit our website for details. I know there are a few people that do not have internet (my grandparents for one) but if there is a phone number to call that is ok too right? I’m just trying to save as much money as I can.
Post # 8
@Nini85: Yes that’s fine, a more modern way to do it.
Post # 9
It’s what we did. The website contains a lot more information than the invitation could without looking clogged up. We used wordpress.org