Post # 1
Im printing my invites today.
How does it look?
Should I include the wedding website on invite or just the info sheet?
Should I have the just the Name of the ceremony location on invite? or should I have address too? (address is on info sheet too)
Does it look weird cuz the invite is too…short? With the flowers its hard to add to much wording, but should I add more? if so, Ideas of what to add?
Thanks bees! Im trying to get this done today but I wasnt for sure on this and wanted to make sure before I hit the “print” button.
With or without website?
Post # 3
I vote “without” and then add it to the RSVP card or some other part of your invitation.
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
I say no website, no address, and put a vertical space between “of their marriage” and “On sunday…” Otherwise it’s a pretty big block of text. Looks great!
Post # 6
@eocenia: Also, Should you put the name of the reception venue on invite or just info sheet?
Post # 7
We did our website on our invitation and didn’t do an info card or RSVP card (rsvps were via website only. Our invitation was one piece of (very thick, letterpressed) paper. Nobody lost it and had to ask about the website. It’s the 2010s, throw old etiquette out the window and do what makes sense, that’s what I say 🙂
Post # 9
@alyssars1: There’s so many different ways you can do it, and I think in most cases it will work out just fine! Personally, I’m only giving the ceremony address on our invitations. It will end up looking something like this once I’ve finished the last details:
DIY invitation – feedback on first proper draft!