Post # 1
Since we are having a destination wedding, there are a lot of details that guests will need before their arrival so they can plan accordingly. I don’t want to clutter up my invites though.
Can I put “Details to follow upon receipt of RSVP” on the invitation? Is there another way to word that or is that good?
I figure then people will know that I’m not going to leave them to figure everything out and also, it might encourage them to send their RSVPs in a timely manner.
Post # 3
I received a destination wedding invite that just had an enclosed letter that explained a lot of the information.
As for our Destination Wedding we did passport invites so we were able to include most of our info on the invite but we also put a link to a wedding website that included all the information and allowed a section for people to ask questions that we posted responses for everyone. These suggestions might save you some stamps/work.
Also people might want to know all the information before deciding if they are coming, so having them RSVP yes to get the information might result in a lot of phone calls and questions to you.
Post # 4
We just put a card with our wedding website with all of the information. We didn’t get too many questions!
Post # 5
Wedding website is what we’re using!!! For the not so savvy computer users we just printed a paper with all the information about travel, local activities, etc with our invite. Good luck!