Post # 1
We’re having an evening wedding with both the ceremony and reception in the same place. I am so confused as to enclosures. Do we need any, other than the rsvp’s? If we do, I have no idea what details would be going on them?? Help please! 🙂
Post # 3
I would still include a map or directions for Out of Town guests. It doesn’t need to be from one venue to another but from major routes to the venue.
ETA: Some ideas from Martha Stewart. You can pick and choose what works for you.
Post # 4
I had all mine in one location also and I did the Invites, Rsvp’s and maps, but I only did the maps because it was a hard to find location with alot of one way streets. If it had been an easy location, I would have skipped the maps.
Post # 5
We are also have our ceromony and reception at the same resort. We have an invitation, an rsvp card, a stamped return envelope, and another insert that that states accommadation info for out of town guest, it also has our honey fund information on it and a reminder that the reception is an ” formal, adult reception”
Post # 6
I did enclosures only because we’re having a Destination Wedding. I included directions, a details card, and an rsvp card..
Post # 7
I am including the following enclosures:
Information card – giving website with more information, our email address, info on the bbq the day before, hotel reservations. We needed to let people know about the bbq, otherwise we could have directed to a website for everything else. (And our email address, we don’t want that on the web.)
Post # 8
No – you totally do not need them! I included the additional information on our website (directions, accomodations, things to do, etc) and just added a small tag (that I printed and cut myself on extra envelope liners) that said:
for more information about the festivities