Post # 1
I’m working on designing my actual, formal invitation right now. I’m doing pocketfold invitations and one of the inserts will be entitled “Reception” and include information about the reception, which is in a different location from our church wedding.
After listing the Church and the city on the invite itself, should I mention the reception and its location? Is it enough to have the invite just address the ceremony and then have the reception card? If I do include reception information, how do I word it?
Post # 3
We’re doing everything on one card since our reception and ceremony are in the same place. The wording something like “Please join us immediately following the ceremony for hors d’oeuvres, cake, and dancing” (we’re not doing a plated meal).
Post # 4
If the reception is immediately following at the same location as the ceremony, then you can just say “Reception immediately following” at the bottom. Otherwise, it gets its own separate card if it is at a different location and/or held at a different time.
Post # 5
I know its “supposed” to be on a separate card but due to money and space issues we are putting reception information in the bottom right in smaller font. We have a large one-panel invitation and wanted to keep everything to one page. I don’t know who will really mind, and if they do, well, I don’t care!