Post # 1
I proofread my invitations numerous times prior to ordering them but, I still managed to mess up. Our ceremony and reception are that the same location and I didn’t even think to put the address on the invite, just the name of the place. These are seal and send invitations (no envelopes) so I can’t really include a map or whatever.
My idea is to type the address and simple directions onto a mailing/ shipping label (if I can find the right size) and stick them to the blank space below the ceremony location name on the invitation. I could write it in but I think typed would at least look better. I’m not sure what else to do…
Post # 3
Sounds like that would work. Or if you had a wedding website you could just put it on there. If you had nice printing, you could just print the address on the space instead of the label too.
Post # 4
If the location is a popular site or a tourist-type place, it’s “accepted” that the address is not included. Our ceremony and reception are at the same place, and it’s a tourist-y type place, so we had just the name on our invites with no address.
If it’s not a common or easy-to-find place, I agree with toothfairyb – sounds like your idea might work, or info on a wedding website. Good luck!
Post # 6
Its at Larimore House in St. Louis. So, not an extremely popular place. I didn’t honestly think anything about it until the fiance said his grandmother complained about it. I found clear labels and put a test one on one of the invitations. It covers a bit of some of the ‘decoration’ but not bad. It will work, and I’m happy enough about it. I have a lot more to worry about… like where and if I’m doing a rehearsal dinner haha.
Post # 7
If you are happy with doing it that way, then it should be fine. If it were me though, I would redo them.
Post # 8
@noritake22: Can’t you tape something to the inside of the seal and sends?