Post # 1
I need some opinions. Wedding etiquette says to leave registry information out of your wedding invitations and let it be known by word of mouth. Honestly, I can’t see anyone thinking it’s rude, and including it is just convenient for everyone. Thoughts?
Post # 3
Do NOT put your registry information in your invitations. Put it on your wedding website or share it via word of mouth.
Post # 4
I would post it on your website. It will then be included in your bridal shower invites.
Post # 5
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
We included our wedding web site (which listed our registries) on a separate card in the invites (with accommodations, etc.), and my MOHs included it with the bridal shower invites.
Post # 6
I’m really untraditional, but I still think it’s a little rude to put registry information directly on your invitations – it seems like a gift grab. Do put your website on your invitations or on a small attachment – I ordered mini Moo cards with engagement photos on one side, and our wedding website on the other side, and I strung them around our save-the-dates and invitations with baker’s twine.
Here’s a pic of our Save-The-Date Cards – you can see the mini Moo card wrapped around a STD:
There’s tons of other ways to list your website, though!
Post # 7
My first choice would be putting it on your website, that way you don’t have to rely on people to spread the word for you, it’s there for everyone to read, except for people like my grandma who doesn’t have a computer. I’ve seen them in the invitations though and it didn’t bother me.