Post # 1
I know there is the other card you can order with your invites for directions or a map, etc. Would it be rude to put the wedding website on that? Such as “For accomodation information, maps and directions please visit ……..”?
The address was the save the dates, but a lot of people said they missed that part (it was at the very bottom).
Yay or nay?
Post # 3
@eliseemma: are you inviting older relatives who aren’t really good with computers? That would be my only Hesitation, otherwise go right ahead!
Post # 4
most are computer savvy, and the few (maybe 2..lol) who aren’t are coming to the wedding with relatives who are 🙂
Post # 5
We did almost exactly what you are describing but on our accomodations insert. It gave some general details about rooms being reserved at a discounted rate for this special event and if you wanted to book or more information to visit our wedding website. If someone cannot use a computer, HOPEFULLY, they do know how to use a phone and can call you, your Future Mother-In-Law, or your mom for the info. 🙂
Post # 6
We had the website right on the invitation, but we also are using it to RSVP. We spent way too long thinking about who would have difficulty with RSVP’ing on the website or just using the website for more information. Only a few family members would have trouble so we just asked someone else to take care of their RSVP. It’s been working out really well so far!
We also included a directions card but there is tons more information on the website about accomodations, things to do in the area, stories about us, pictures, etc.
Post # 7
Cool! I’m glad others have done it. I’m wondering how to word it.. do you mind sharing your wording?
Post # 8
The following hotel arrangement has been made for your comfort:
The Wedding Hotel
44 Street Name Dr
Webster, New York 14580
A limited number of rooms have been reserved at a special rate for this occasion.
For more information please visit
Post # 10
We put “For more information and to RSVP please visit our website at http://www.website.net
We also discussed the idea with both of our parents to see what they thought about using the website to RSVP and for other information and they both thought it was fine.
Post # 11
Yes, it is perfectly acceptable to include your wedding website on the bottom of your accommodations cards. That will allow any guests who want additional wedding details to find them. The accommodations cards themselves should include directions to your venue(s) and accommodations information for guests who aren’t computer savvy or who do not have access to (or who do not want to use) the Internet.