Post # 1
I’m starting to design our Save-The-Date Cards, and I’m not sure what to put as far as location. Our ceremony is located in a different town from our reception. Which do I put? Do I have to put a location at all? I’m so confused.
Post # 3
Our ceremony and reception sites are in two different cities. I put the ceremony location in the (email) STD we sent out…
You could put whichever one is farther away from where most people live. Or you could put both locations! 🙂 But maybe you don’t have to put a location at all. If it’s not a destination wedding and most of your guests will already have a general idea of where you’re getting married, then maybe putting the location isn’t absolutely necessary.
Post # 4
I’m putting the city my ceremony is in, but I’m not actually saying “this is where the wedding will be…” it’s actually in the style of an old movie poster, so the title of the movie is “Sedona” and then it has our website for more information.
Post # 5
I think I skipped the location all together, but it directed people to our website that had full info.
Post # 6
I just put the city, just so people coming from out of town know where it is. Don’t assume your guests will all know where the wedding will be. For example, if you lived in Chicago and your Fiance lived in Detroit, which city would the wedding be in?
Post # 7
- Wedding: May 2010 - Carlouel Yacht Club
For our STD’s we just put the city that our wedding is in on it…the locations will be listed on the formal invites!
Post # 8
i put the city where the reception was going to be. my rationale was that its the place that people are going to have to find a hotel in if they’re staying for the weekend. plus, we’re still a little unsure of our ceremony situation right now due to changing of pastors at the church (which is supposed to be in a different city in a different state).
i have both cities on our wedding website and we’ll be putting them in our formal invitations.