Post # 1
My mom wants me to put wording on our invitation that says
“for hotel accommodations, visit (website)”
If we already have it on our save the dates, should we put it on our formal invitations too? We will have a lot of Out of Town guests
Post # 3
I tied a little card around my invites with bakers twine that had our wedding website on it.
Post # 4
I figured that most people have either misplaced or thown out the save the dates. We put a little (2″x2″) card in our invitation package. It said “For more information, vist: ourwebsite”.
Post # 6
Mine was on a separate information card.
Post # 7
That information goes on the (aptly named) accomodations card. You can put whatever you like that pertains to your guests: maps, directions, website, hotels, etc.
Post # 8
I wanted to minimize all the insert cards I had in my pocketfold invites, so I just put it on the bottom of the reception card. I had that card and the RSVP card (no info card), so it read like this:
For more information on accomodations, please visit:
Post # 9
would it be okay to add it at the very bottom? (sorry picture is so big)
Post # 10
@kybride2012: That is a good idea. I just have everything put into one. My RSVP card is an old postcard that is paperclipped to the invitation. Wasn’t sure if I should add a bunch more stuff
Post # 11
@baileyryan12: I think that would be fine.
Post # 12
I would not add it to the main invitation. I would put it on an insert card. We have it on the bottom of our accommodations card.
Post # 13
I used the “free business cards” from VistaPrint, uploaded my own design and wrote, “You are invited to visit our wedding website at: http://www.weddingwire.com/ournames for detailed event and travel information.”
Post # 14
You can list hotel accommodation info on a separate card with full details listed but you don’t mention a website for anything in the invitation except on the save the dates. Think about your older guests and those who don’t have access to internet. If they can’t get the info except from a website, they won’t be partaking of those services at all, and some may not even attend if you make it too difficult for them.