Post # 1
We got an invitation this week for my FI’s friend’s wedding. They made the invitations themselves and they are really cute the only problem… they didn’t put the location of the ceremony or reception on them. They listed 5 hotels to stay at, the times of the events for the weekend but didn’t list what hotel or where the ceremony etc. was.
The wedding is a Destination Wedding so everyone going will not know where the hotel is to stay at and we kind of need to know since it is in a month!
Post # 3
Whoa, oops! I bet they’re feeling silly!
Post # 4
Oooh that’s a big screw up. Did anyone, um, mention this to them?
Post # 5
Oh man, that is the kind of thing I am worried about doing. That is probably why I plan on making tons of mockups.
Post # 6
Ooops! I guess they will find out when guests start calling asking where the location is.
Post # 7
Ooops! It’s ok, we forgot to put what time the reception started on ours. And that the hotel was only accepting reservations until Dec 9th for our group block! We just did that by word of mouth.
Post # 8
we didn’t put the location on our save the dates, which i feel silly about, but we did have a link to our website where all that information is found. if i left that off the invites, i would die of embarrassment.
Post # 9
I received a wedding invitation once without the date of the wedding on it, just the time. They had to send something out again that gave the date.
Post # 10
Yes we texted the groom to ask where the which hotel out of the five listed on the invites was the wedding take place at. He replied the Bed and Breakfast. There isn’t any hotels listed on the invites that are titled Bed and Breakfast or even have the hint of being one. I.e. SnowPeak Spa and Resort doesn’t sound like a B&B. So I went to the website and nothing on there either. My Fiance is going to have to call him and get the exact name. But can you imagine having all your guests calling you? They need to at least send an email out or put it on the website.