Post # 1
I don’t think I’ve ever used one that was included in an invitation suite. Most people either have navigation systems these days or will google the directions, so is it more of a courtesy or a necessity to provide directions? Oh, and to clarify, we are including directions from the church to the reception, so my question is more for directions to the church. TIA!
Post # 3
Eeeekkkk – I hope not! We aren’t including them and I’m a teesy bit concerned because parking is a *kinda* rough at our ceremony venue.
Post # 4
We aren’t doing directions in our invites either. I think that as long as the venue isn’t hard to find it should be okay.
Post # 5
I will not have a direction insert. All the information will be on my website!
Post # 6
I put directions on how to get there on the website, but I seriously doubt that people will have trouble finding the place. My dad’s family grew up less than a block away from where my fiance’s family lives and I can’t really think of anyone who isn’t at least kind of familiar with this area since I grew up less than 2 hours away.
Post # 7
Rather elegant looking direction cards were provided to us by our venue, so we’ll be including them. They don’t just have directions on them, however. They also have a bit of history about the place and what to expect in terms of weather and parking, so we’ll be including them.
Post # 8
99% of our guests are from out of town/country, so we will be including a direction card. We will also list info on our website.
Post # 9
We are not including a direction card because there are so many different ways to get to our venue (for local guests). Also, most of our out of town guests are staying in a hotel directly across the street, so it seemed unnecessary.
Post # 10
We are including directions since our wedding is in my hometown and very few of our guests have ever been there.
Post # 11
I am including it because all of our guests are coming from out of town, but I am just printing it on regular cardstock, nothing major.. I am going to do two different inserts, one from my hometown and one from where we currently live. Our wedding will be Out of Town for all of the guests…
Post # 12
I was going to only because as a wedding guest, I’ve been dependent on those directions before. But if your route isn’t complicated, you shouldn’t need them.
Post # 13
Lots of people don’t have GPS systems. The last wedding I attended, if there was no direction card, I never would have found where it was. We are definitely including them, and nearly everyone we know has always used them in the past.