@blessings: As I said in my response above… the standard format for a Reception Card is…
Reception immediately following the ceremony
Knolls Country Club
The favour of a reply is requested
And then either a pre-printed Response Card is included with Addressed & Stamped Envelope.
Where I’ve indicated the … above, the address to which the guest is to reply to is written out.
So that could be your Home Address, that of Your Parents, or even if the tone of the Wedding is informal / casual… info where the person could reply with technology so…
OPTION 1 (to whomever is listed as Host on the Invite) – 14 Adams Road, San Franciso, California 99000
OPTION 2 (to your Parents) – Mr & Mrs John Black, 87 Grace Street, Richmond, VA 232223
OPTION 3 (with technology) – Telephone (123) 555-6789
Email to [email protected]
Our Wedding Website – HappyCouple.com
Of course if you are utilzing technology… make sure that these systems are working perfectly beforehand (test them out)… and that there is indeed access 24/7… for using a telephone that means having voicemail available.
And be prepared for the Guests who don’t have a clue how the Etiquette required of an RSVP and having to allow time for follow up to track them down (sadly that is true, whether you have requested a mailed reply… or a paperless one)
Hope this helps,
NOTE – The first thing you have to decide in regards to Wedding Stationery is HOW FORMAL is your event going to be? It is the formality / casualness of the event that sets the tone… and everything falls from there… including how to organize your Invites, etc.
When you say Hotel Details, I assume you mean for Accommodations (not the Wedding or Reception venue). That sort of info is usually put on the Wedding Website, or spread by word of mouth. Altho if you are having a very casual Wedding… and doing a “Wedding Packet” type Invite, versus the standard Envelope Invite… then that info could be included in the packet as one of the “categories”