Post # 1
I’m trying to finish up the design for my Save-The-Date Cards today. VistaPrint is having an uber sale and I want to take advantage of it! 😀
Okay, so question is…
I do have a lot of Out of Town guests (I would say about 75%), but they all live within a 3-4 hour drive of where we’re getting married. That said, would it be terrible if I left off the location on the STDs? I am including our website which will have all venue/hotel info.
What do you think?
Post # 3
@TinyTina: How computer savvy are your guests?
If they aren’t all super savvy, I’d make sure at least the town and state are on there.
Post # 4
I think you should AT LEAST put the city where the wedding will be. You don’t have to put the exact location (i.e. the Marriott in Albany or whatever), but at least put the city so they know how to plan.
Post # 5
I would put the location on the card… EDIT: location like city, state not location like actual venue.
Not everyone will actually go look at the website… Sadly.
Post # 6
I agree with the PP’s who advise putting on the general location. It’s nice to let guests know whether or not they need to get a hotel room, or can just drive home. For ours, I just put Santa Cruz County, rather than the actual city or venue name.
Post # 7
Hahaha okay, that’s what I thought.
I wasn’t going to put it on at first, then I changed my mind and added it in. When I showed my mom the proof she was like, why did you put the city/state on there? I was like… uhhh, so they know where the wedding will be? She still didn’t get it. LOL so now I keep going back and forth on it.
Post # 8
- Wedding: September 2011 - Bent Creek Winery (Livermore, California); Reception: Family Residence (San Ramon, California)
Yeah, I agree with PPs–I think you should at least put the city of your wedding (not the whole venue). There’s probably a far amount of people who won’t know to check out your wedding website.