Monday, October 19, 2009

You're Not From Around Here Are You?

Having out of town guests is almost inevitable when it comes to weddings. Since they are your loved ones, making sure their stay is as comfortable and convenient as possible is a top priority for most brides. Here is a question from Debbie about how to help her visitors find a hotel!


I am getting married in December and my aunt called a nearby hotel and reserved a block of rooms for wedding guests. She sent out an e-mail to close family members telling them the details. I would like to put something in the invitation letting everyone know about the accommodations that have been reserved. I'm not sure how to word that...other that hotel address, phone number and the nightly rate. I can't even find samples online or any place to order these cards...any advice would be great!


Hi Debbie,
Your printer should have examples of insert cards that will match your invitations. If the hotels are quite a distance or difficult to find, a map card would also be a welcome addition.
A sample insert card would read as such:

A block of rooms has been reserved at the following hotels. Please mention that you are part of the Smith/Jones party when making the reservation to receive the discounted rate.

Hilton Hotel
2100 Main Street
Anywhere, USA
$89.00 per night, reserve by October 20th

The Dewdrop Inn
2500 Main Street
Anywhere, USA
119.00 per night, reserve by October 18th

Best of Luck!

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