CourtneyBrittain
Master August 2019

faq Page?

CourtneyBrittain, on June 10, 2019 at 1:22 PM Posted in Etiquette and Advice 0 13
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Am I supposed to have an FAQ page on my website? If so, what kinds of questions and answers should I have?

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  • Jessica
    VIP October 2019
    Jessica ·
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    I don't think you have to, but I added one to mine. Here are the questions I put on mine-

    WHEN SHOULD I RSVP BY?

    ARE KIDS WELCOME?
    WHAT SHOULD I WEAR? IS THERE A DRESS CODE?
    ARE THERE ACCOMMODATIONS AVAILABLE AT CAMP?

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  • Brae
    VIP September 2019
    Brae ·
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    I don't think its necessary at all. But it is nice, especially if your wedding has some unusual elements. For example on ours, we included that the ceremony and reception is outside and on grass, that valet is included, and that we didnt do a room block, but plenty of hotels are nearby.

    I wanted to include the grass thing in case it would change how some people would dress. I hardly ever wear stilettos, but we have family that do, so I wanted to give them the heads up.

    So its totally up to you, but it could be nice.
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  • MrsD
    Legend July 2019
    MrsD ·
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    I don't think it's required, but it's nice to have. This is what's on ours:

    DO YOU HAVE A HOTEL ROOM BLOCK?WHEN AND WHERE ARE THE CEREMONY & RECEPTION TAKING PLACE?WHAT TIME SHOULD WE BE THERE?WHEN ARE RSVPS DUE?ARE THERE OTHER WEDDING EVENTS I SHOULD ATTEND?IS THERE A DRESS CODE?WILL PARKING BE AVAILABLE?CAN I BRING MY KIDS?CAN I BRING A DATE?WILL FOOD AND DRINKS BE SERVED?WHERE ARE YOU REGISTERED?ALTITUDE SICKNESS?WHAT IF I HAVE DIETARY RESTRICTIONS?CAN WE TAKE PICTURES?IS THERE SERVICE AT THE VENUE?HOW DO I CONTACT YOU WITH FURTHER QUESTIONS?
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  • Soon2Bmrsp
    VIP May 2019
    Soon2Bmrsp ·
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    What time does the ceremony begin

    you can include kids/no kids

    dress code if you have one

    directions

    menu

    anything that you feel your guest will ask of you

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  • CourtneyBrittain
    Master August 2019
    CourtneyBrittain ·
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    Thank you! These are helpful! But what do you mean by “camp”?
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  • CourtneyBrittain
    Master August 2019
    CourtneyBrittain ·
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    Oh those are good, thanks!
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  • CourtneyBrittain
    Master August 2019
    CourtneyBrittain ·
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    Those are all good!
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  • CourtneyBrittain
    Master August 2019
    CourtneyBrittain ·
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    Those are wonderful! I need to add these
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  • Jessica
    VIP October 2019
    Jessica ·
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    Lol.. our wedding is at a summer camp that we've rented out for the weekend Smiley smile Should have added that in!

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  • Megan
    Savvy June 2019
    Megan ·
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    You don't have to, but it's a great way of getting awkward things out of the way without them seeming like rules. Here's what I mean:

    - Can I bring a plus one? Our guest list has been created with many factors in mind. Please bring only the people included on your invitation. If there are any questions, please call us!

    - Is there a dress code? Please dress in cocktail attire for our big day!

    - Is there an open bar? (Best to get this out of the way so nobody is disappointed) We have a limited number of drink tickets allotted to each guest!

    - I'm not sure whether I can make it, can I RSVP maybe? Please RSVP yes if you think there is a chance that you'll be attending! We want to make sure you are accommodated for!

    - Should I bring a gift or have it mailed? We'd be delighted either way! However in order to conserve venue space, we ask, if possible, that you please mail gifts to our home.


    See! An easy way to throw some awkward answers out there without seeming like you're handing them a rule book.


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  • Courtney
    Rockstar December 2019
    Courtney ·
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    I did just in case some information wasn't conveyed to guests. We have:

    Venue information

    Hotel reservation link

    Dress code

    Are kids/SOs invited?

    Transportation situation

    Registry link

    And tourist attraction for out of owners

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  • A
    Master October 2019
    Angelena ·
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    I put these questions:

    What time should I arrive?

    When should I RSVP by?

    Do I have to mail back my RSVP even if I cannot come?

    What is the dress code for your wedding?

    Have you reserved hotel room blocks?

    Will there be a shuttle to and/or from the hotel?

    Is there parking available near the venue?

    Can I bring a plus one?

    Will the ceremony be taking place indoors or outdoors?

    Will there bee vegetarian/gluten-free/vegan food options?

    What if I have a food allergy?

    Can I take pictures and/or post photos of your wedding on social media?

    What time is the reception scheduled to end?


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  • karen
    Master October 2017
    karen ·
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    - Is there an open bar? (Best to get this out of the way so nobody is disappointed) We have a limited number of drink tickets allotted to each guest!

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    I think you have to say more. Will additional drinks be available for cash? Will wine be at the table? How many drink tickets.

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