- 7 years ago
- Wedding: July 2011
I think that because it is a save-the-date and you also have the website listed, you should be fine. By The Way, they look really nice 🙂
I agree with noritake. Leave them as-is. If they are confused about it, they’ll look at the website. 🙂
I think it should be fine! After all, these are only Save the Dates. You are sending regular invites so you can clear up any confusion there!
Keep them! Use them! They are great! The invitation will have the details.
If anyone wonders, they’ll get in contact or see it on the website. It’s kind of like a “please be aware.” And technically, it’s a Save the Date and the date is there! 😉
You’re fine, I realized after we ordered ours that it didn’t have the town either…LOL. All turned out just fine!
Are they a postcard? I would write (by hand) on the back of them something like, “We hope to see you in [hometown]!”
I really like them! I think you included plenty of information.
At least your put ‘married’, FH has already freaked out because we included city and date and ‘save the date’ but nothing about being a wedding. I would assume people would figure that part out.
Thank you everyone for reassuring me. Dear Fiance said, “If they don’t know by now that our wedding is locally, they’re really out of the loop!!” Haha.
@ddw: No, they are magnets. Great idea if they were postcards though!!
@noritake22: Thank you for your compliment.
@riley jane: Let’s hope they’re sharp enough to make that connection of looking at the wedding website. LOL!!
@blondie_6547: You are correct. The info is all there on the invite, both name and address of venue. And also the hotel (the hotel has a shuttle that can take guests to the venue).
I think you are probably okay, but if it were me, I’d print out sticker labels on a laserjet printer and stick one on the back of each STD saying the town where the wedding will be. Wouldn’t hurt to restate the wedding URL either.
[ETA] Or slip a tiny piece of paper saying that inside each STD envelope. Never underestimate the capacity of intelligent adults to be completely clueless – it’s one of the cardinal lessons of wedding-planning.
@AmeliaBedelia: You are correct!! At least they know they’ve gotta save the date!!
@Linz1231: Were any of your guests confused or mentioned it to you??
@Knubbsy-Wubbsy: Thank you!! I hope I got enough information to make things pretty clear. Guess I can’t win em all. Haha!!
@IvyClimb:Unfortunately these are magnets. But perhaps I can slip a little note in each envelope?? Would that be okay??
Leave them as is. 🙂 As you say, most people already know and you do have the website listed for anyone who doesn’t maybe know! 🙂
It’s totally fine! You have the website – people can always ask, if they don’t know… the point is they don’t make any other plans on that day!
Keep them, they’re gorgeous! I think if it were the other way around- if you were still doing a destination- then you’d want to make sure that’s on there. But with no info, I’m sure most will assume it’s local, or ask. 🙂
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