Post # 1
We put our wedding website on our save the dates, but we want to remind guests when we send our invites. Where should we list it? Do we need a special insert? We already have an RSVP card, invite to rehearsal, RSVP to rehearsal…. Any suggestions?
Post # 3
Could you put it on the bottom of the main invite?
Post # 4
Listing websites, especially if they have registries, on the main invite is considered rude ettiquette. If they have the info via STD then that’s as far as you should officially go. They can always call and ask you or your bridal party.
Post # 5
It should not be included in the invites. Save the dates or word of mouth is the best place. What is on your website that you don’t have an insert for, since you have inserts/info for replies, directions, etc in your invites?
Be aware that some people do not have internet access at all.
Post # 6
We didn’t send STD’s, since our planning period was too short. We’re including our wedding website on a small business card with the invite.
Post # 7
We sent out the wedding site on our STD’s and we are including a small card with the wedding invites that say “for further information on lodging and location see…” Our wedding site does include registry info but that is not mentioned on the card.
We don’t have a bridal party and a lot of people are asking my mom about the wedding and she is not tech savvy at all and won’t be able to tell them how to access the website.
Post # 8
We put our website info on our reception card.
Post # 9
I put mine on the bottom of the invite since all of the family and friends except our grandmas are internet addicts and the invite wasn’t highly formal.
Post # 10
Since I designed my own invites I put it at the bottom. My MOH also included it on the shower invites.
Post # 11
We put ours on a tag, and the tag is glued to a grosgrain bellyband ribbon. If you have a plain inner envelope liner, you could stamp it on there instead. Or, you could give it its own insert, maybe the size of a business card. I don’t like when it’s on the actual invitation page itself.