Post # 1
OK gals. Since there has been a very passionate post both pro and con, I am creating a safe haven for us to share our registry card designs/wording. Comments about how registry cards are rude are NOT welcome. What IS welcome are compliments, good tips, and suggestions how to make our registry cards great.
All types of registry cards are welcome; whether gift, honeymoon, house downpayment, charity or cash.
Post # 3
I didn’t include a registry in my invite, but I think I can still help out! I included an insert with my invitation that basically said for more information, please see the wedding website…So, as for the design for that, I basicaly made a smaller version of my invite…kind of. lol I used the same paper, fonts, and color scheme on the little inserts that I used on the actual invites, so everything seemed to flow.
Post # 4
I used a registry card for my sister’s invite suite. It just said “The bride and groom are registered at:” and listed the names of the places. It had the same design and font as the rest of the invite suite. Believe it or not, but I STILL get tons of calls asking where they were registered =)
Post # 5
I have never received a invitation suite that had this card – in saying that – I don’t think its rude I think its helpful, haahaahaa Not everyone goes onto Wedding Channel dot com and searches people names. Not everyone goes to different stores looking up registries. I am totally guilty of asking wedding party members where the said bridegroom are registered….
I did something similar to what @JsDragonfly: did – – I think something along the lines of what @JamaicaBride: did for her sister is appropriate, no!?!?