Post # 1
Where in your invitation suite, did you put the web address for your wedding website? We are trying to minimize enclosures, since we already have a parking pass, direction card, RSVP, and map. Did you put it right on the bottom of the invitation?
I think I’m struggling because I ended up with a horizontal invite, when our text would really fit better on a vertical invite.
Post # 3
We had pocketfolds, so our website was actually on the pocket itself. Maybe you could use a paper belt around everything with the website printed on it? It would be pretty easy. You just buy nice paper stock in the color you want, print your web address on the paper centered and 2 inches apart, cut it into strips, then wrap all your inserts with it. It would capture their attention right away, but it won’t clutter your existing inserts.
Post # 4
We have a “Wedding Details” enclosure that listed accomodation and wedding website. We had a separate encloure with map and directions.
I wouldn’t put it at the bottom of the invitation. Could you possibly combine the map/directions card?
Post # 5
Ok, so the main problem is certain family members who most likely won’t attend, but who are from out of town. Earlier I sent out an email to immediate family and close friends (the guest list definites) with a link to our wedding website. Most people have it, and very few people are traveling out and staying overnight. Most are day trips. Should I just skip it, and have family members pass it along if those guests are asking for more info? But… our registry info is on the website, and I know specifically that some of the out of town guests won’t be coming but will be sending a gift (as per my FMIL). I’m really limited on space because we are using a pocket invite kit and I can’t find matching cardstock to add another enclosure.
Post # 6
At the bottom of the directions card, just write:
To find a link to Google Maps so you can print personalized directions and much more info, visit our wedding website: http://whatever. com.
And then, put that stuff on the site! Voila!