A wedding welcome letter is a nice way to make your guests feel special and to ensure they are fully informed about your wedding celebrations.
For our wedding in France we placed a wedding welcome letter together with an out of town bag containing a bottle of local regional sparkling French wine and chocolates in each of our guests’ hotel room.
We organised and negotiated a special rate for all our guests to stay in the same hotel and the hotel staff very kindly placed the welcome letter and bag in each of our guests’ rooms prior to their arrival.
Our reason for having a wedding welcome letter was two-fold:
Firstly, we wanted our guests to know how incredibly touched and grateful we were that they had made such an effort to travel abroad to celebrate our wedding with us. We felt the welcome letter and small gifts was a nice way of doing this.
Secondly, the wedding welcome letter was a good way to ensure that our guests were fully informed about the three days of celebrations that we had lined up. It provided them with everything they needed to know about each event (e.g. where, when, how) so they didn’t have to worry about missing anything and could just relax knowing that everything was taken care of.
I would highly recommend putting together a wedding welcome letter. If your guests are staying in different hotels it may be a little more work to organise but still really worthwhile.
All our guests commented what a nice touch the wedding welcome letter and gifts were and felt it really set the tone for a fantastic weekend.
Wedding Welcome Letter Example
If you need some inspiration to write a wedding welcome letter ours is below.
Regardless of whether you are from Melbourne or Margate we’d like to thank you for taking the time and effort to travel all this way to celebrate our wedding with us. It really means a great deal to us both that you’re here to share this special occasion.
For our part we’ll do our best to ensure that you leave us with not only the finest local chocolate but also great memories and a storming hangover.
All you have to do is.
- Read and digest the pick up times / locations (detailed below) for the 3 events
we’ve lined up for you over the course of the weekend
- Relax and have fun
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