Post # 1
In our invitations, we are only including the traditional invitation (including time, date, and address of our ceremony and reception) and the rsvp card. I’d still like to provide our guests with hotel block information and directions to the event. I know you should not mention your registry anywhere in your invitation suite, but is it poor etiquette to include something with the website address on it? Perhaps a business card or something smaller saying “For more details, please visit http://www.ourweddingwebsite.com.”
Post # 3
An insert with your wedding web site on it is perfectly acceptable. A lot of people do that.
Post # 4
My main concern was that our website has registry information on it!
Post # 5
We’re going to be going the website/business card way. And our website has the registry information on it (but it’s a separate tab, so if people want to see it, they have to click). I think as long as the registry information isn’t on the actual invite, there shouldn’t be an etiquette issue (I mean, how else are people going to find out where you’re registered if they want to get you something?!?)
Post # 6
An insert with your wed-site on it is totally acceptable. That being said I don’t see a problem including a separate card saying where you’re registered being included in the invitation suite either – all the wedding invitations I’ve received in the last 3 years have done this, especially for a honeymoon registry (that being said, they all didn’t have RSVP cards to return either, but they weren’t sit down meals so no card was needed IMO). Bear in mind that your Great Aunt Gladys may want to buy you a gift but has no idea how to operate her computer or the web – basically take into account the non-tech savvy members of your guest list 🙂
Post # 7
I think it’s perfectly fine to include information about your website which includes information about all sorts of things, including your registry information.
Post # 8
We did that very thing! We had a special card printed that said for additional information and directions, please visit http://www.ourwebsite.com. It’s perfectly fine, just don’t say anything about a registry 🙂
Post # 9
Thank you for posting this! I am spending a LOT of time perfecting my website, and didn’t want it to be in vain.