Post # 1
I got the idea from someone on the hive (thanks!) for putting a frequently asked questions tab in my wedding website, which I’m working on now. I was hoping you guys would have some suggestions.
What are some questions that your guests have frequently asked?
So far I’ve got:
1. What should I wear?
2. I have an allergy. How can I make sure my food is safe?
3. When is the RSVP deadline?
4. My children were not listed on the invitation. Can I bring them?
Post # 3
travel info and a contact number for other questions
Post # 5
Where are the bride and groom registered?
Will transportation be provided?
Where should I park?
What is the best way to get from the church to the reception?
When do i need to book my hotel room by?
Post # 6
We also have information for people who use wheelchairs, but that’s because one of our guests does. Umm, other than that, we basically have the same things!
Post # 7
How cold will it be? Is any part of the ceremony/reception outdoors? What is the parking situation?
Post # 8
Great idea! Directions would be good too (maybe from the airport or the hotel you have a block at?)
Where can I stay?
Post # 9
Good plan. We did something similar and it worked well for us.
We also added a bit about photography, as we didn’t want people taking photos while our photographer was working (he was only with us for 2 hours and I didn’t want a ton of photos of people looking at the wrong camera…also my DH’s family is camera happy and it would have been insane).
The part about the children is a really good idea.
Post # 10
Seat belt/car seat laws! How old do kids have to be and still be in a car seat?
How much time will there be between the ceremony & reception (esp. if not in the same location)?
What is there to do in your city?
Is there someone I can call if I get lost?
Post # 11
Oooh! These are fabulous! Some of them I address in other parts of the website, but listing them here and then linking to the pages will ensure they read it. A lot of people go straight to the FAQs. This is so helpful.
Keep ’em coming guys!
Post # 12
I was just coming on here to ask the same question. I was going to include specifics about the length of the ceremony and reception and some “fun” questions like, will we be doing the chicken dance (answer is heck NO!). I was also debating addressing last name issue and turning cell phones off during the ceremony, but don’t want it to come across as too harsh.