Post # 1
Hi ladies! I could use some help with my invitation wording. My main questions are
1. Does it read well?
2. Should I put the RSVP deadline on the invite or not?
3. Am I missing any vital information? (Please bear in mind that a lot of information is on our website)
4. Did I make any etiquette no-no’s?
Oribel and Fiance
together with their families
invite you to celebrate their marriage on
July 30, 2011 at 4:00 pm
at the Center for the Arts
on the Oribelscollege College campus
Dinner and reception will follow.
Please RSVP by July 1, 2011
via their website
where you may also find information on
directions, parking, and registries.
Post # 3
just before you get jumped on, I wouldn’t include registries on there. when they get to your website, they’ll see it 😉
are you having the RSVP info ON the invite? or on an enclosure? I would say go for an enclosure for that second group of information. also include maybe a phone number for the guests that are not tech-savvy. my grandparents would be totally lost if they had to RSVP online – LOL!
Post # 4
Yes we are RSVPing online, and it had occured to me that some people may have trouble with this process. I think I may add an enclosed piece of paper explaining precicely how to do this (with a phone number too!).
Should I remove the RSVP deadline date?
Post # 5
I’d keep it – I put, “the favor of your reply is requested by June 15, 2011” 🙂
Post # 6
@sorrycharlie: I agree here. Remove the wording about registeries. You could replace that with ‘accomodations’ if you have out of town guests.