Wedding Invitation Q&As

Composing wedding invitations involves complex-and beautiful-etiquette guidelines. We RSVP to your urgent questions.

How to Share Your Wedding Website

Q: What’s the correct way to include the link for our wedding website on our invitations? —Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

A: At the bottom of your invitation, add a line that reads “For more wedding details, please visit our website, www.(your address). Although many wedding sites have maps and directions to venues, keep in mind that not all your guests may own a computer—so be sure to include maps or directions with your invitations.

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I have a few friends who included a Save the Date magnet in their wedding announcements. It was pretty helpful - I attached the invitation to my fridge using the magnet provided, and then on the day of the wedding, when I was scrambling to get out the door on time, I was able to quickly locate the invitation for directions. For my Save the Dates, I did a postcard. However, I still like the idea of including a magnet in the actual invitations. My invitations will have a pocket for the RSVP card, and I was thinking of including a magnet of my fiance and I there. Would this be OK, and if so, what would be the proper wording on the magnet at this point - would "Save the Date" still be OK?