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HELP - Info to put in Passport Invites!

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Hi Ladies - I need your help!!

 

My FI and I are getting married in Jamaica and I'm sooooo excited! We are going to use the passport invitations -- I think they are so cute and not too overdone (yet!).

 

 

I have about 4 pages of text to fill up, and I'm not sure what other people put there! Did you put information about yourselves? The ceremony? I don't know. I'm sure this sounds pretty dumb, but I've never seen one up close and personal, so I really have no idea what info I should put in there!

 

 

Thanks in advance for all of your help... : )

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I would put information about the venue/hotel where your guests will be staying, your arrival and departure dates so everyone knows what dates to travel on, your wedding website, passport tips (like where to get one, and to renew it if it expires within the 6 months prior to travel). I've seen some people put a map of their destination site (map of Jamaica in this instance). I think I've also seen people list their wedding party. Good luck designing those, it should be fun!

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did you do a search? there are tons of girls who did these and they had great info to put on the different pages

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Thanks Christy for your suggestions! I know it should be fun...but my beloved FI just "likes whatever I like" (LOL), and between this and work and life...it just feels like more work!! But once I get the ball rolling it should be great!

 

Jess I did a search, but I think that I am using the search features wrong, because I am not getting anything relevant. I did "passport invitations" and got nada, and I did "passport" and got a whole lot....of stuff about passports! I will keep looking for more info. : )

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There are so many things you can include. Here's the list I give my clients to get them started (in no particular order!):

 

Location/Country Information

Resort Information/Booking

Local Activities

Weather info

What to pack or Wedding Dress Code

Daily group activities

Itinerary

An “about us†or “how we met†page

Wedding website and contact info

Travel Agent information

Travel Tips

Ground Transfer Info

Rehearsal Info

Wedding Day Info

Reception Info

Welcome Dinner

Passport Requirements

 

Hope that helps!

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This helps a lot!

Originally Posted by Sarah View Post

There are so many things you can include. Here's the list I give my clients to get them started (in no particular order!):

Location/Country Information
Resort Information/Booking
Local Activities
Weather info
What to pack or Wedding Dress Code
Daily group activities
Itinerary
An “about us†or “how we met†page
Wedding website and contact info
Travel Agent information
Travel Tips
Ground Transfer Info
Rehearsal Info
Wedding Day Info
Reception Info
Welcome Dinner
Passport Requirements

Hope that helps!


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