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Hello Ladies,

I'm in the process of planning my invitations. I'm thinking about doing a boarding pass DIY project. What should be included in them? what are the must haves?

Thanks

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I think you could do any info that works for your situation. I just finished mine and am about to post about them, but I did six passes.

 

1. formal invite

2. ports of call

3. wedding events - cocktail parties, bachelor/ette parties, girls luncheon

4. booking and TA info

5. RSVP info

6. AHR info

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If you are custom making your invites, you can include pretty much anything that you want.  I would do a search and look at a few different ones and see how you feel about them.  I think there is one thread that used to contain them all, so I'll look for it and post back...

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Thanks Acireta and Carly, I appreciate your help. I was asking about cruising invite specifically but I will do some more searching. Thanks again.

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ours is a cruise wedding too, so I'm definitely including some info about ports of call. What interests you most about the cruise/wedding? Include that info on your invites because I would think your guests would want that info too! :-)

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DIY Boarding Passes- There is a Etsy seller that will do the boarding pass invitation,RSVP and STD Postcards in any color with your wording then send it to you in PDF so you can print them yourself for about $20.

 

My Boarding Pass will include:

pg 1- Save the Date/Invitation

pg 2- Cruise details: ship name, travel dates, transportation information to include shuttle cost (airport to port) and general stateroom cost.

pg 3- RSVP card (still debating)

 

 

I would like to have my guest wear white to dinner the second day of cruise (our Freeport stop) but am unsure when or how to relay that information.  Thought about website but with my older family with no computers may not get this information.

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Some brides send out a brochure to give people more detailed information with days and times. For Carnival they don't give your actual wedding time until 2 weeks before the cruise so that might be an option.

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