Post # 1
We are doing a details card to provide our guests w/reception and hotel info.
Do we need to change anything?
Join us for a Cocktail hour, dinner and dancing after the ceremony
Old 77 Bar & Grille
24654 475th Avenue
Rooms have been reserved at the
510 North Highway 77
Please reference the Anderson/Cooper wedding
Post # 3
- Wedding: January 2013 - Harbourfront Grand Hall
Zip codes? They help with my GPS 🙂
Post # 4
OP did it correctly. No zip code. Usually the zip code is not put on an invitation. If you google the address, you will get the zip code.
My only suggestion is that you should spell out Florida, because you spelled out Avenue
Post # 5
Rooms have been reserved at
(With no ‘the’? – Just looks better)
Post # 6
I probably wouldn’t title the card “Details” but rather “Guest Information”
I would also include the rate at which the hotel block is at
Post # 7
@suburbian: agree. No “the”
Post # 10
I would write: “Join us for a Cocktail hour, dinner and dancing immediately following the ceremony” so people know there is no gap between ceremony and reception. Unless there is…then it would be helpful to know.
I agree. Guest Information sounds better. I don’t think hotel price info is necessary – if people want to book, they will call and find out. Is there a date when people need to book the hotel by though? You might want to include that.
Post # 11
@delicious: +1 Don’t put the rate.
Post # 12
Cocktail doesn’t need to be capitalized.
Post # 13
Awesome!! Will make these changes. 🙂
Post # 14
@Garnety: Yes, but this isn’t an invitation. It’s a detail card, and zip code is a very helpful detail to have. OP, please add the zip code, don’t make your guests google it!
Post # 15
What date do they have to book the rooms by?
Post # 16
And Cocktail should not be capitalized. It’s not a proper noun, and nothing else in that line is capitalized, so it should conform with the rest.