Wednesday, July 8, 2009


Ok ladies, I need your assistance please! I'm working on the layout for our invitations and I've almost got it figured out...I think.

However I need help with something. Is it ok to put our wedding website link on our invitations? I was originally planning on including it. But because of the shape of our invitations, it's proving to be hard to include it because it's so long. And then I got to thinking that I don't know if I've ever seen them on invitations to begin with!

I'll certainly be putting the website link on our e-mail save-the-dates. Is that enough? So what do you think...include the link on the invites or no?

Also when it comes to the date and time I need opinions on how I should word that part:
1) on Saturday, the first of May
two thousand ten
at three o'clock in the afternoon
2) Saturday, the first of May
two thousand ten
three o'clock in the afternoon

Let me know what you think is best for each question! Thanks! :D


  1. How about...

    the first Saturday of May
    two thousand ten
    three o'clock in the afternoon

    Otherwise, I feel like there should be a comma after Saturday, the first of May?

    Also, if your web address is really long and just takes away from the look of the invitation, I'd leave it out and just keep it on your save-the-dates. If you were able to get a web address like (or whatever) I'd rock it, otherwise I'd leave it off and just spread it by word of mouth.

  2. oops...I have the comma in there on my doc. Just forgot to put it in the text on here. I do like the sound of "the first Saturday of May" though.

    Oh our site address is long. I couldn't find a short one that was free. :(

  3. If the website is on the Save the Dates, then I honestly don't think there is a need for you to put it on the invitations. Most people will still have your save the date when they get your invite, so you should be fine.

    As far as the wording, I prefer the first one. And from a "technical" stand point, you are supposed to include the prepositions.. the "on", "at" etc.

    Good luck! :)

  4. Thanks for the tip Angela! I didn't know that about the prepositions. I've seen invitations done both ways and didn't know if there was a more "correct" way to word it!

  5. Hey! Adorable blog!

    I don't think you need to add your website to the invitation. The website on the save-the-date should be enough. If you have inserts in your invite, ie: accomodation card, registry info, etc you could make a note of the website on there. Just an idea. But in all honesty, I wouldn't worry about it too much :)

    As for the wording on the invite - I really think it depends on the look of the invite and the formality of your wedding in general. Are you having a more casual-laidback wedding, or is it more traditional/formal. If it's casual, I think leaving out the "at" "on", etc is fine. If it's formal, I would have them.

    Hope that helps! Keep us posted on your decision!