Post # 1
I want to include a frequently asked questions section on my wedding website. I cam up with a couple questions guests might have. See below.
I thought the dresscode would be helpful since it is outdoors and mostly gravel and dirt.
I wanted to also include a statement regarding the no children allowed. I don’t know how to word that though.
So what do you think of the FAQs so far? Should I add anymore?
How should I word the no children thing?
Thanks for the help.
Q: What is the dress code?
A: Suggested attire for the event is Semi-Casual/BBQ chic and comfortable shoes or bring your flip flops to dance the night away.
Q: Why aren’t children allowed?
A: We feel that
Post # 3
Ours are as follows… I’m trying to think of more, too, but I thought that they might help. I used e-pics all over the website so I definitely wanted to credit my photog.
Who took your amazing engagement pictures?
They are amazing, aren’t they? That would be the lovely Sarah Moses of Photography By… Sarah Moses! I highly suggest checking out her fabulous work
What is the weather like in Las Vegas in October?
The weather in Las Vegas is usually warm and sunny. According to the National Weather Service, the average high for Las Vegas in October is 82° F and the average low is 54° F and it very rarely rains.. Of course some days are colder than others and it cools off considerably at night. It is adviseable to pack a sweatshirt and/or a jacket and keep in mind our ceremony will be held outdoors in the early evening.
What is the suggested attire?
As we’ll likely hit the town after the reception dinner, attire that can cross over from semi-formal restaurant attire to lounge attire is suggested. The ceremony will be held outside on a patch of real grass, so bear that in mind when selecting footwear. Ladies may want to consider wearing a wedge heel or flats. If you just can’t leave your stilettos at home, it may be worth looking into heel caps like SoleMates
TI looks like a lot of fun! How do I get there?
The Mirage-Treasure Island tram runs between 7 a.m. – 2 a.m., daily. The tram arrives just about every 15 minutes and the ride lasts about two to four minutes. The Mirage stop of this monorail is outside but well shaded with a misting system, and located just to the left of the hotel’s front entrance. At Treasure Island, passengers wait indoors in a corridor located near the entrance to the parking garage. Those waiting for the tram stand behind automatic gates.
Post # 4
In our FAQs, we included information about the dress code, normal weather for that time of year, directions, parking, and event times.
TBH, I would handle the no children thing individually on a case-by-case basis and leave it out of the FAQs. I don’t think you should have to defend your choice to invite or not invite children–it’s your event! Of course, that’s just totally a personal preference.
Post # 5
@Aure: Thats great and so detailed! I love the photography info! Thank you
Post # 6
@superh2ogirl: Thanks, I hope it helps. I tend to go a bit overboard with details but at least no one can come to me and say I didn’t tell them!
Post # 7
@MM423: That’s a valid point. I will definitely think about that
Post # 8
These are the questions I have under my FAQ website:
When’s the date again?
August 11, 2012. Don’t miss it!
What is the dress code for your wedding?
There is no need to wear a ballgown or tux, but it’s still a wedding! No t-shirts, jeans or shorts please 🙂 We trust our guests to show up looking fabulous!
Are children invited?
To allow all guests to relax and enjoy themselves, we have chosen for our wedding day to be adults only and we request you leave your young ones at home. Please contact us with any questions! We thank you for your understanding and hope arrangements can be made that allow you to still attend our big day.
Is it an outdoor ceremony?
We are planning on having the ceremony held outside under a tent. In case the weather doesn’t want to cooperate with us, the ceremony will be moved indoors. The reception will be held indoors at the same venue as the ceremony.
What happens after the Ceremony?
Once the ceremony is finished, the wedding party will be gone taking photos for a couple of hours. You can spend some time looking around the local tourist attractions, or stay at the venue to catch up with everyone. There will be some finger food and punch served from 3:00 – 5:30PM in the banquet room. Doors to the Reception hall will open at 5:30PM, and the wedding party will arrive at 6:00PM.
Will there be free parking?
Absolutely! Please park in the venue parking lot. You can also park on Winter Crescent as well.
Where are you registered?
We chose a few stores as outlined on our registry page, but it is still a work in progress.
When is the RSVP deadline?
We would appreciate your response by July 17, 2012 at the very latest.
Post # 9
What should I wear? What is the dress code?
What do you mean by you’re having an “Unplugged Ceremony”?
What is the time and date of the wedding?
Where is the wedding being held?
What is Sugaring Off (Les Temps des Sucres)?
What is on the menu? What is the sugaring off feast?
What kind of drinks will be available? Will alcohol be served?
What are some cool things to do in Montreal? Restaurants? Attractions?
Who is in the wedding party?
How do I get to Montréal?
Where can I stay in Montréal?
How can I contact Josh and Kaitlin?
Where are Josh and Kaitlin registered?
Can I bring someone to your wedding that was not invited?
Post # 10
OMG, this is a great idea. Thanks but I am going to have to steal for our website.
Post # 11
@Silverblade: Thank you so much but I had to steal this idea. It made a lot of sense and I can’t believe I didn’t add this to our website.
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Post # 13
@Silverblade: I just saw this response today. GREAT GREAT GREAT suggestions! I am stealing your no children paragraph. Thanks so much.
@DeathByDesign: GREAT suggestions. I bet you have so much to include in your FAQ.
@imbisibol: Wonderful FAQ’s especially for it being so far away!