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Are you unsure where to put your wedding website? You know it goes on your wedding invitations somewhere, but where exactly? Where is the proper place to put it?
You’ve come to the right place! Bride-to-be, Danielle, writes us with the latest Ask Emmaline question:
“Dear Emmaline, where do you put your wedding website on invitations? Does it go on the bottom or on the back of invites? Somewhere else? Thank you!”
Great question, Danielle!
Once you get your wedding website completed, you’re ready to put that address everywhere, right? :)
A wedding website is a fantastic resource for your wedding guests, as it can reveal more details about the upcoming celebration, particularly items involving travel (accommodations for guests, shuttle, things to do around town, etc.) The number one reason to include your wedding website on invitations is if you plan to have guests RSVP online. In this instance, it is a must — and you won’t want to forget to put your wedding website on invitations in a place where guests will easily spot it.
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Where To Put Your Wedding Website on Invitations
As a rule of thumb, you will not be putting your wedding website on the invitation itself. However, you will be including it as a part of the invite, listed on a reception or enclosure card.
How to Put Your Website on a Reception Card
The best place to put your wedding website is… on a reception card with your invitations. This can be done as an enclosure or reception card, like this example (designed by Angela Garrick):
Cards like these — also known enclosure cards — are ideal for including any pertinent information for guests about the reception including but not limited to the wedding website itself. Here’s an example by Hooray Creative:
2. RSVP Cards
If you plan to have guests submit their RSVPs online, you can, instead, include the wedding website on RSVP cards as enclosures.
Here’s an example of a wedding website listed on an RSVP card (design by Griffinbell Paper Co.):
There you have it! Those are typically the two ways you would include your website on invitations to ensure guests don’t miss it. Thanks so much for writing and I hope it helps!
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