Post # 1
We are getting ready to send out Save-The-Date Cards and I was not sure if we should put the time on the invites. We were trying to keep the Save-The-Date Cards pretty minimal–i.e. name, getting married, date, wedding website link.– so I am not sure how to work in the time. Also we are not quite sure EXACTLY what time we are going to start (we have about a half hour window we are working with). BUT we are having a Sunday evening wedding, so I could see the time being relevant info since people who are flying in will not be able to leave that same night, but will be able to come in earlier that day if they wanted to.
Is time really necessary? People can always contact us if they really want to know & are trying to get their tickets NOW.
Post # 3
NO TIMES!!! Thats what the invitations are for! If people need to know they will call you! Dont put the times! Just your names and the date…Thats it! 🙂
Post # 4
I agree! Just put the information you were already thinking about – name, getting married, date, wedding website link. You would hate to put a time on there and then you had to change it. And, like you said, if they really need to know they will call you.
Post # 5
Like the previous posters said–No times! We ended up changing our start time 3 times during our one year engagement, so it’s best to just put the times on the invitations when your plans are more solid.
Post # 6
Perfect! Just the validation I was looking for!!! 😉
Post # 7
yeah, I would skip on the time. Just go with the basic info.
Post # 8
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
No times. If they are booking a flight and considering flying out that night, hopefully they would call you to check!