Wedding Inserts What Do We NEED to Include?

posted 1 year ago in Paper
Post # 2
2731 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

We just had the invitation (wedding website info on the back) and an RSVP card. All our extra info was on the website! And we kept it together with lace and a gold string, something like this:

Invitation inspo

Post # 4
1809 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2018

Well my reception is going to be really casual and we are only doing online RSVP,  although I included my email as a second way to RSVP for anyone who couldn’t visit the website.  We couldnt think of anyone who would prefer an online RSVP except for some of our older relatives and we just called them to let them know the invite was on the way and let them know they could tell us their plan. 

I’m sure there’s a more polite way to so it,  but it worked for us. 

And here’s our custom figures lol

Post # 5
689 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2018

clairhuxtable :  I hope it’s fine because that’s what we’re doing! I’m buying Avery 3×5 printable cards and just printing “For more information and to RSVP, please visit our website at” on them and then it has the rsvp deadline below that. 

Post # 6
1639 posts
Bumble bee

We put the wedding website on for RSVP and “more information”.  Every wedding I’ve attended has had a website associated with it with that information; people know to find it there. 

Post # 7
2731 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2017

clairhuxtable :  I think its totally fine to include an extra card at this point! To be fair, I’m sure a bunch of people didn’t think to look at the back of our invite to find our wedding website info (especially older generations who wouldn’t be expecting the website info). I might also include an email or phone number option to RSVP for those who aren’t too internet-savvy. 

Post # 8
11 posts

We used the EventCha app to manage all of it – wedding website link, registry link, RSVPs, photo sharing, and wedding geo filter!

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