Post # 1
So I didn’t put our website on the STD’s because it didn’t look right to me. Is there another way to get the word out about it? The STD’s are coming in today so I am hoping to mail them out tomorrow (Already addressed the envelopes). Any ideas?
Post # 3
Can you maybe put a little slip of paper in with the STD’s that has the wedding website on it? Like a small piece of paper with the information printed on it? Maybe in a coordinating color?
Post # 4
@MsAmandaAnn: +1. that seems like the most logical way!
ETA:OP, youre already sending STDs? eek, youre getting married the day after me and we havent even started ours yet! i’m behind!
Post # 5
Here are some ideas I’ve heard if you don’t want to include it in the envelope (I put the website on the STDs):
– Create a Facebook category of friends ONLY for people invited to the wedding and then post the wedding website, choosing only that category as who can view it. (I think you have to make sure you do this right – to me, posting on Facebook and it being visible to people who aren’t invited is tacky.)
– Create a Facebook group/invite (I personally don’t like this one much).
– Send via email. You could also put something like “Please let us know if your Save the Date didn’t arrive, you are most definitely invited!”
Oh, just thought of another one – you could print stickers as the seal for the envelopes that have the address on them.
Post # 6
Sticker (I prefer round) on either the STD itself or even on the envelope (like over the back flap after you seal it) directing guests to the website.
Something like “check us out at <our website>!” or “More information at <our website>”, etc.
Post # 7
- Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL
We added it to our Save-The-Date Cards and invitations. A slip of paper sounds like the best option. Maybe even the free business cards from VistaPrint?
Post # 8
I like the sticker idea! I thought about the slip of paper too, just wanted to make sure it wasn’t a tacky idea!
Post # 9
@bostongirl27: It does seem a bit early! lol I have never been this prepared and organized in my entire life! But the wedding is located in the middle of my hometown and FH’s hometown (about a hour from each one to the wedding) so we want to give everyone enough heads up since some might need to plan for overnight stays. Plus I want to send them out before the holiday card season.
Post # 10
Either a sticker, or I designed a calendar magnet and then put the website onto that! I didn’t like it on the actual STD either, so you’re not alone.
Post # 11
I like the slip of paper idea. If you still wanted to mail them soon, you can run to an office supply store and get Avery print-at-home business cards. I’ve used them before and they look good and are a nice cardstock.
“For more information including hotel accommodations and event details, please visit http://www.ABCDEF.com“
I’d be worried a sticker on the envelope will probably get thrown out?
Post # 12
Thanks again!! I got ours today and of course, my luck, they are messed up!!! :*( I called and they are going to fix it and send another batch for free. Should be here in a week. I was a tad heartbroken.