Post # 1
- Wedding: November 2012 - Country Club
Did anyone mail out information packages to out of town guests? One of my wedding books suggested this. We will have a lot of out of state guests coming. I wasn’t sure if anyone had opinions on this idea and if you think it’s a good idea, what to include in it? We already have a wedding website.
Thank you! =)
Post # 3
I’m just sticking with the website. I put on there a bunch of hotels in the area as well as some things to do. On my save-the-date I said to visit the website. It will save so much paper.
Post # 4
We put it all on the website. We included:
- Hotel information
- Local activities (museums, zoos, trails for running/biking/hiking, a mall ect.)
- Local restaurants with descriptions
Post # 5
I”m still on the fence on this. most our guests will be from out of town but will only be coming in for the wedding, so they don’t need near by attractions or anything, but I was wanting to do/give something.
Post # 6
a fried of mine did an out of town wedding, with most of her guest’s staying in hotels and such. She made welcome baskets for them, with treats and such in them with information about things to do/places to eat in the area!
Post # 7
We’re doing a website but I think I’m also going to send out a guide to a select few in the style of that “So you’ve decided to sit through a wedding” pamphlet that is going around pintrest.
Maybe something like “Our LA wedding: a practical guide to driving, imbibing, thriving and surviving.”
Post # 8
I’ve been to quite a few weddings out of my immediate area and always really appreciated when the invite included some info about hotels/transport/area. Also a website with info is just as good. I say go for it