Your cheatsheet for what to include on wedding invitation

When it comes to invitation wording, we've got you covered. But what if you just need a cheatsheet for what to include on wedding invitation? What do you HAVE to include and what's just a nice-to-have? Here's a recap of all the information you'll want on there, what bonus information helps, and what you can totally offshore to a wedding website. Let's get to cheatsheeting!


This funny RSVP card has an answer for every smart-ass on your guest list

I've seen tons of variations on this funny RSVP card around the web, so we thought we'd try out our own version as a free downloadable printable. Whether your guests will be happily accepting or tongue-in-check happily declining… there's an answer for every smart-ass on your guest list. Who knows — maybe it'll inspire the slackers to actually send their card in before you start the RSVP hounding process.


Kicking 'em out: how can we word our "zero argument" drama-free wedding rule?

We are no strangers to family and guest drama at weddings. Hell, we've got whole archives for family advice, family drama, and conflict resolution. People are people and people can bring the dramaz. You're totally on the right path by nipping it in the bud early and diplomatically addressing the issue on your wedding website. Wedding websites are the best place to explain anything you want explained: dress codes, ceremony rituals, accommodations, and of course, any specific drama rules that you'll be putting in place. Let's talk about how to word it.