Post # 1
My Fiance and I did a website for our wedding guests so they could get all the information there. Our save the dates were magnets that said Save the Date for our wedding! the date, and for more information visit our website.
Yesterday we recieved a Save the date from a couple getting married in Ft Lauderdale (considered destination wedding) since we live on the east coast. Other than the magnet she had a note that gave a little more of information and she even included their phone numbers in case anyone had questions. I thought that was so creative! I never thought of doing that, I just figured people can log in to the website and see everything there. Oh well.
Post # 3
Mine were simple. Name, date, location. But I’m having a small Destination Wedding (about 30-40). So I guess people can just reach out with questions.
Post # 4
name, date, location and website.
Post # 5
We stuck to the “Less is More” saying.
Names, Date, Wedding Website
Post # 6
Names, date, website and “formal invitation to follow.”
Everything they need to know is on the website.
Post # 7
Basically the same as everyone else:
Name, date, location and website.
Post # 8
We just had the names, date, location and website. and a note that said formal invitation to follow. that’s it.
Post # 9
I did a save the date map. The map was of Grand Cayman, and it had our wedding location and the 2 hotels that we got a group rate at. It had our names, date, location (obvs), and formal invitiation to follow. I figure if we are inviting people, they have our number. :o)
Post # 10
Magnet with name, date, location, and “formal invitation to follow”. DIY single fold square cardstock insert with names and matching graphic on cover; inside letter with an overview of the weekend events, transit details, and contact info; and back page with list of area accomodations. Our wedding is quasi-destination on a holiday weekend, so I wanted people to have enough info to make arrangements is advance.
I made a similar insert for the invitation with directions, a map, contact info, accomodations, restaurants, and activities.
We did not bother with a web site since all the relevant information is on the invitation, and I had no interest in writing copy about us or posting photos. Anyone who really cares about how we met is already in the loop on that!