Post # 1
We have quite a few out of town guests for our wedding so i want to include the room block info with the save the dates. I was thinking to include the info on the back of the save the dates since it’s blank, but will people miss the info? Or not think to turn it over? Im not doing a wedding website.
Post # 2
I’d think they’d miss the info if it was on the back. Could you put it on the front? Could you call or email them regarding the room block?
Post # 3
Is your save the date a postcard or will it be going in an envelope? If it is a postcard, then the address is most likely going to be on the back so they’ll see any information on there as well.
Post # 4
honestly, if you have out of town guests I’d really recommend a website.
But if it really has to be on the save the date I’d either include an insert for people who are travelling (that way they’re more likely to notice it) or write on the front “See reverse for hotel information” so that they’re less likely to miss it.
Post # 5
I agree that if you have out of town guests, you should do a website. It’s super easy to set one up.
Post # 6
I +1 website suggestions, but that said, we put our website on the back of the STD and everyone found it just fine lol.
Post # 7
My save the date has our wedding travel information on the back and everyone found it.
Post # 8
On our save-the-date we put our website information. Our website has everything that people need to know such as hotels, rental cars, the ceremony and reception info, our engagement pictures, etc.
Post # 9
kristin36890 : yes I could definitely email the info to at least my immediate family so they could get started with booking rooms. Unfortunately there isnt enough room on the front.
Post # 11
bumblebug : My save the date is not a postcard. The announcement is on the front but they give the option to utilize the back for additional text.