Post # 1
Sorry for blacking everything out, with my vents about certain people I don;t want to take any changes.
We found out Tuesday we have to change our venue and we are getting married in Mid April. Out hotel room blocks are up March 16th (and I forgot to put these in the invitations :/) So what do you think about this?
My mom says on the bottom in super small writing I should put registry information. I don’t think it’s appropriate but she literally said about 20 times on the phone last night “You HAVE to put your registry information on there!” Says I should put “bride and groom are registered at Walmart and Macys” in small writing at the bottom.
Not sure here
Post # 3
If your venue changed, definitely send this. I agree with you on the no-registry thing, too.
Post # 4
I think the postcard is a great idea. However, I would definitely make the announcement about the change of venue much more prominent than it is now.
Perhaps on the front of the card, instead of saying “A little update,” you could say, “We’re keeping our date, but we’ve changed our venue!” and, where you have the date now, put in smaller type, “Please see other side for important, updated information.”
You’re providing your website information, and it’s perfectly fine to include links to your registries on your website. However, I would advise against including it on the postcard itself. This would be akin to including it with your invitations or Save-The-Date Cards, and, although some people do choose to do this, it is not considered to be proper etiquette in many circles.
Post # 5
@Brielle: love the information, thank you! I changed it and it even looks better with the “We’re keeping out date but changed our venue” makes the front a little more complete it seems
Post # 6
Did you send out invites yet? If not, maybe you don’t need to update everyone, as they will see the change when they receive the invite?
Post # 7
Yes to the postcard. You need to clarify those details.
No to the registry info. If people want to buy off your registry, they’ll get the info through your website or a relative.