Post # 17
It was free and extremely useful for our destination wedding. It contained all the information we couldn’t stuff in an invitation (hotels, maps, timelines, etc), so it functioned perfectly. However, we did NOT do online RSVPs.
For the record, we did not include “fluff” (registries, bridesmaids, groomsmen, stories, etc).
Post # 18
I made one and included it with our STDs. I know some people visited it, but it didn’t really help since a lot of people still had a ton of questions and just texted me instead of going to the site. It was kind of annoying, since the site had all the answers. But, whatever. It didn’t take long to make and I had fun making it.
Post # 19
I will be having one. Almost EVERYONE will be from Out of Town so it’s going to be helpful if friends/family are spending the weekend.
Post # 20
Yeah.. there was a buttload of information that I don’t want to include on the invite itself.
Post # 21
@simone_s: Absolutely it was worth it. We did electronic replies and they saved us money, hassle, and time. It was also fun sharing our story of how we met and our engagement. I had famiy members say how much they appreciated knowing about our stories. To me, it was the opposite of feeling impersonal, I feel like it brought us closer to our guests!
Post # 22
- Wedding: September 2014 - Dallas, TX
That’s awesome. Do you know what the RSVP application or website was?
Post # 23
no 🙁 the wedding was 1.5 yrs ago and the site I went to has since been dismantled. Their Knot site still came up, but I really don’t think that is where I went to RSVP.
Post # 24
We have one. It’s so much easier to refer people to. At least half of the guest list has to travel 4+ hours so this gives a lot more information than the invitation.