Post # 1
We’re sending save the dates about 8 months ahead of time, because it’s all out of town guests. Do we include room block info at this time, or with the actual invites?
I have a room block with one hotel, but I am working on another one (closer to the venue).
Post # 3
Yesterday when we met with our coordinator, he suggetsed doing this so out of towners have plenty of time to book (since invites usually go out 6 weeks prior, which isn’t really enough time).
Post # 4
I’d put the hotel info on your wedsite and put the link on your save the dates. That lets you add or change hotel info as you get a new block and doesn’t clutter up the save the dates.
Post # 5
@Jinxstar: I thought about that, but many of our guests aren’t computer savy. I actually wasn’t planning on having a wedding website at all.
Post # 6
We are having a Destination Wedding and I actually didnt reserve rooms or do blocks or anything. I made another card with a list of close airports and hotels and put that in with the actual save the date. I have pics on here somewhere
Post # 7
@Bostongrl25: I was going to suggest what jinxstar said, but since you have many guests that aren’t computer savy, I think Soon2BeMrsPea has the right idea with a small seperate card with hotel information on it. If you are doing postcards I think it would be absolutely fine to put the info on it.
You could always send an friendly email (if your guests check it reguarly) or call the people most important to you to tell them about the hotel.