Post # 1
Just curious, has anyone put their wedding website address directly on their invitation? I’m doing a very simple one-page invite and I don’t really want to get a separate card printed with the website info. Can I put the address directly on my invite (small print at the bottom) or will it be… The T Word?
Post # 3
I did 🙂
Hard to read because of the cell pic and textured paper, but we jsut had this one page and the RSVP 🙂
Post # 4
I am not putting it on the invitation… just going to spread the word about our website by email/facebook
Post # 5
I have my rsvp website listed at the very bottom of the invite
Post # 6
I have a little insert in my invitations. It says “For additional information about our wedding, including accommodations and fun activities in the Los Angeles area, or to rsvp online, please visit our website: www_xxxxxxxx_com.”
Post # 7
I’m putting it on the Save the Dates.
Post # 8
We made up little business-card size inserts with our wedding website link and password on them and had them printed up at kinkos and just tucked them into the envelope.
I don’t suggest this unless you have a way to keep the card from slipping down into the envelope and going un-noticed. I learned that the hard way.
Post # 9
@futuremrshc: Yeah, there won’t be any way to keep a small card from getting lost. I was thinking of just tying my cards together with baker’s twine and I don’t think that would help for something so small. That’s why I figured I’d just put it right on the invitation card.
Post # 10
I also put it directly on the invitation. My other enclosures will be the RSVP card and the state park map for where our ceremony is.