Post # 17
I like @mokara723: ‘s suggestion of just using the middle sentence:
Unfortunately due to our contract with the venue, only those who have been invited are able to attend.
That way it’s not like you don’t want them there but you can not due to venue constraints.
I would also use your FAQ section to elaborate a little on the dress code. We gave a short snippet on our site and peopel still called to ask us. Mainly because we were saying “dressy casual, be comfortable, be beautiful, we just ask no jeans and sneakers” something to that effect.
Post # 18
@Ryansgirl: 🙂 no prob…I actually just added a FAQ list on my website today!
Post # 19
@Ryansgirl: I’m trying to remember other wedding websites I’ve seen, and I actually think they just had a separate page under “Registry.”
I wouldn’t stress about it too much. Once people start visiting the site, you will probably get a lot of the same questions from people, so you can just add as needed, and say something like “Please check back for updates and more FAQs” or something =)
Post # 20
I am currently working on this too! 🙂 Yes, I would say cover directions and transportation. If you don’t have a separate section for Hotel/ Accomodations, then include that also. Maybe include a little bit on different sights/ activities in the city, particularly if you have alot of out of town guests. And maybe even a list of local bars/ restaurants that are close to the hotel?
Post # 21
@Denali: Great idea with the local bars/restaurants. Especially since we’re having an afternoon reception, so our guests will be on their own for dinner!
Post # 22
@katiedee: Perfect, I’ll add something about checking back often, because you’re totally right, and I’m usually THAT person who asks a thousand questions 🙂