The current thought is to have this at the hotel in the lobby area where there is a bar and food can be ordered. It is agreed that this is not something we will be collecting RSVPs for, however FMIL (and unfortunately now FH) feel that this should be included as information on our formal invitations (I feel strongly that it should not and I’m very annoyed by this). Our invitations need to be finalized and ordered in the next week, and I don’t feel comfortable putting details on the invitation for something that we are not hosting, are not collecting an rsvp for, and are not planning on staying at for more than 2 hours.
Im planning to compromise, currently on the non-finalized invites we have a blurb on the back of the invite that mentions visiting our wedding website for travel and hotel info (not that specific wording). My thought would be to expand this into some sort of letter to our guests that would say:
“Dear Friends and Family,
We are both so excited to share our wedding day with you, and hope that you will be able to attend. We realize that many of you may be traveling from out of town, and want to make things as easy for you as possible. Please visit our wedding website, xxxxx, or contact us for details on travel to the Boston area, accommodations, transportation on the day of our wedding, and a welcome get together on Friday evening.
We hope to see you soon!
Love,x & x
Looking for any thoughts/feedback before I bring this idea up to them. Also, do you think this would be better on the back of the invite, back of the reception card, or would you print this on a completely different piece of paper to include?