- 7 years ago
- Wedding: June 2012
We have a wedding website, which we included in the STD cards we sent, but I want to incorporate the site again in the actual invite package in case Save-The-Date Cards were discarded. Some of our guests are not computer-saavy and may not look at the site, but I don’t want to put too much on the card…
We are still trying to find where to do our rehearsal dinner, so we won’t have that info yet for guests we are inviting to that (unless I can find a place in the next few days!) so will likely have to send that later 🙁
My friend is making a little map of the area (SF Bay, showing where the venue is, and markign a few landmarks for oot guests) for me and I will print that out on cardstock and include with the set. As far as wording for this detail card – is the below OK? Do I need to put “Details” or “Information” on the top? This will probably be a book-mark sizedI want people to book rooms asap, but I also want people to go to the website. Is this enough information?
So we will have: Invite, rsvp/envelope, map, detail card. Guests who are staying in the hotel and our family will be invited to join us for a drop-in brunch – I was going to just put a welcome-card in the rooms with that information (brunch is included in hotel room price and we will be down there for a couple hours as guests filter through).
For additional wedding details please visit our website http://www.xxxxxx.com.
For your convenience, hotel rooms have been reserved at the XXXX.
To book a room, please call (###) ###-#### and mention the XXX-TTT wedding.