Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Directions: Keep it simple

One of my clients is just about to send out her invitations. She wanted to send directions from the church to the reception to just those guests living in California, and then give the out of state guests theirs at their hotel rooms. I pointed that it would be much easier to just send the directions to everyone in their invites. Even though it's a given that a few people are going to lose them/not bring them/forget them on the day of the wedding, you can always email the directions to the hotel, since the front desk will probably be the first place they'll go, and have a few copies of directions to the reception at the church with you. Much better than having to run around and drop stuff off on the day before your wedding, when seriously, you will have NO time, and you're probably going to be a little stressed out anyway. Plus, it's always a good idea to put as much information in the invites as you can.

Also, the re-design of my website is going up soon, and the advice column is moving to my blog. So, if you have any wedding related questions, send me an email at askelizabeth@silvercharmevents.com. All questions will be answered, and published.
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