Do you put wedding website on save the dates? Does the wedding website go on invitations? Let’s discuss it!
Should you share your wedding website on your save-the-dates? Yes!
OK… then how do you put your wedding website on save the date cards? And should you do the same with invites?
Let’s tackle it on this blog post so you know the proper etiquette of wording your save the dates. :)
Wedding Website on Save the Date Cards
As a rule of thumb, yes, the save the date is a fantastic place to put your wedding website.
Keep in mind that your save the date cards serve as the first impression — and introduction! — to your wedding. As such, save-the-dates make an excellent place to put your wedding website and points your guests to the next steps: lodging accommodations, what to do around town, who are standing up in the wedding, your website bio, your registry, etc.
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PRO TIP: Feelin’ modern? Some couples even turn the wedding website link into a QR code for a fun, interactive addition. If you wish to do this, you can follow these steps and print your QR code on one of these stickers to add to your save the date cards (on the back).
Now, back to your cards: where do you put the wedding website on your save the date cards? Well, since many designs are limited on space on the front side, most styles will print the website address on the reverse side. This is a good method to follow because it won’t overwhelm the space of the front of your card.
However, we did find a handful of save the date cards with wedding website on the front as a sample. These are perfect examples of cards that include everything on the front without cluttering it up.
If space does not allow, the best place to put the website is on the reverse side of your save the date.
Website on Invitations?
You can put your wedding website on invitations, but the website should not be printed on the front of the card. Instead, you will print it on an enclosure card to include when you assemble your invitations. See the reception card shown in this invitation suite as an illustration.
Here’s an example (by Creo Study):
This enclosure card is another sample (by Hooray Creative):
Lastly, here’s another design featuring an enclosure card with your wedding website address (by Kelly Schmidt):
If you don’t want to print an additional card, there’s another option: you can have your wedding website printed on the reverse side of the invitation card on the back (at the bottom).
Now, on to you: will you include your wedding website on save the dates? Why or why not? Tell us in the comment box below.
Hope it helps!