Post # 1
Do i have to have a reception card and directions card and hotel card all in the invite if i have a wedding website??? Can i just put a card that says ‘please visit our wedding website for more detailed information’ I want to just have the invite and the rsvp card and envelope. Is that ok? Has anyone else done this? Thanks!!
Post # 3
We did that. None of my guests had any problem with it, not even the elderly ones!
Post # 4
We did both, insert cards and website, and really no one has visited the website. We put it on both the save the dates and with the invites but people didn’t really use it, we still got a bunch of phone calls asking for information.
Post # 5
Im torn now…whatif they dont go to the website? All i am teling them is where the wedding ceremony is. Granted both the ceremony and reception take place at the same venue… But ….. Ehhhh..
Post # 6
We did both as well, just to be safe, though we paid for invitations and printed out directions on our printer. Seemed to work great!
Post # 7
If they’re at the same venue, I would just put ‘reception to follow’ at the bottom of the invite.
Post # 8
As a guest, I would prefer a reception card and direction card included in the invite. If you have any elderly guests, they will appreciate this as well, otherwise they won’t know where or when to show up or how to get there.
But if everything is at the same place, just say “reception immediately following” at the bottom of the invite. But definitely include a direction card since not everyone will go to the website.
Post # 9
I just attended a wedding with no directions, just a website. Honestly, I thought it was a pain to have to find and pull up the website, instead of just referring to directions. And I am permenantly attached to my iPad:)
Post # 10
I have a wedding website and didn’t put in any directions. There’s a map on the site, address and times! Plus the ceremony and reception are in the same spot.