Written by Katie Byrne, published 18th apr 2017
The start time of your ceremony and reception
Specify details concisely and precisely: for example, make it clear whether your marriage ceremony starts promptly at (say) 11am, or whether guests should arrive at 11am for a 11.30am start.
Your wedding website
If you've set up a 'wedsite' that lists all the info about your celebration, include the URL - and the access password, if you have one!
The +1 sitch
Will you have a 'no-ring, no-bring' policy, like Pippa Middleton and James Matthews, or are you giving every guest the option to bring a plus-one?
Your gift list details
Whether you're asking your guests to visit a specific gift list, or are asking If you don't want to include information on your invites, make sure you have it clearly specified on your wedsite.
If you're saying 'I do' away from home, you'll need to let your guests know if your venue offers over-night accommodation and, if so, if there's any kind of offer or discount available. Alternatively, if there isn't the option for guests to stay, you might want to give contact details for the nearest hotel.
Your dress code
If there's a specific dress code, now's the time to mention it...
Essential for booking taxis in advance!