I already created boarding pass save the dates which I love, however my fiance wanted me to include more information about the resort and a little info on pricing so that our guest have an idea of what kind of money they will be spending to come to our wedding. I came up with the idea to include a little brochure to highlight some of the resort amenities and include pictures to get guest excited about taking a mini vacation, and in the middle of creating the brochure it occurred to me that I can use the brochure as the save the date and the boarding passes as my invitations. What are your opinions ladies?
Save the Date Travel Brochures?
Posted 28 December 2011 - 12:30 AM
If you love the save the date boarding passes, I think you should keep them If you haven't printed the boarding passes, could you include your wedding website link and provide more info on the resort, pricing, etc on your website? When I sent out our save the dates, our wedding website was not fully complete but I only activated the website pages related to the resort and flight information.
Posted 28 December 2011 - 06:45 AM
Or to stay with the travel theme, you can always go out and create passport invitations. Use your pages and fill them with the information you need to include. I did boarding passes as my invitations and then sent the passports out a month prior to our departure to give people a little more information about our itinerary.
Posted 28 December 2011 - 08:57 PM
If you haven't printed your save the dates yet, then I think it would be a great idea to just send a brochure and save the boarding passes for the wedding since you already have something created and it would be less work during a time that may be more stressful. Good luck!
Posted 29 December 2011 - 03:24 PM
I've been working on the brochures and they have started to grow on me so I think I will use them for the save the dates. Like Lolo411 said I can use the boarding passes for my official invitations since I haven't printed them yet so I won't have to stress about that later. I'm hoping seeing pictures of the resort will get our Family and Friends excited about a vacation and to make the price of travel an after thought. Is anyone else feeling a little selfish asking family and friends to pay $$$ to come to their DW?
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