Post # 1
I’m wondering where or how everyone spread the word about their wedding website. Did you include it as a footnote on an invitation insert (for example the reception card) or just word of mouth? We’re not doing STD’s so that’s not an option, I’m getting ready to proof our invitation order and I’m not sure where to include this info…
Post # 3
Yes we did, with an RSVP on there too.
Post # 4
We did online RSVPs. So I included the website link on the RSVP card.
Post # 5
We did same as pp’s. We had online RSVP options, so we definitely included it in the invitation.
Post # 7
I think in this modern age it would be OK to include the website in an insert NOT on the invitation. For example,
For directions, accomodations, things to do, and to sign their guest book, Jack and Jill’s wedding website is http://www.jackandjill.com
Hopefully you will also have your registry information listed. It will cost more for printing, and for postage. If you don’t want to incur that expense you can ask for email addresses on the RSVP card and you can respond “i’m so gla dyou are coming. For directions, accomodations, things to do, and to sign our guest book, our wedding website is http://www.jackandjil.com.
To be considerate of your guests, if you or your family are also buying at discount crystal and china wholesaler dealers, register w/them and pass the savings onto your guests. Retail stores sound more glamorous, but the bottom line is you want every dollar to stretch. Macy’s right now has a great sale on Vera Wang china on line, 2 for 1!! Some Waterford is buy 3 get 1 free.. But there are places like http://www.bestcrystal.com which undercuts these places for non sale items; and has no tax, free shipping, and free gift wrap! They do have a registry, too.
” Or I’m so sorry to hear that you won’t be attending. We will miss you. Thank you for responding.
Post # 8
Not on the invitation, but an insert is great. If you are not including an accomodations card, you could have business cards printed that just say the website. You can get them free through vistaprints.com or through you invitation designer.