Unlike traditional a wedding invitation, destination wedding etiquette states that you need to give your guests a lot of information when you’re asking them to join you out of town. In addition to your actual invitation, you’ll want an information card outlining any events you’ve planned (so guests know how long to be in town). The weekend itinerary should include the date, time, and location of each event. You’ll also want to print a card with lodging details—whether that’s a huge house you’ve reserved for the group or the local hotels where you have room blocks. The wording should read something like this: "We have arranged for discounted room rates at The Beachcomber (moderate, 888-888-8888) and The White Sands Hotel (deluxe, 777-777-7777). Please mention the Nelson/Miller wedding when making your reservation."
Your RSVP card should include all of the planned events so guests can let you know what they’ll be in town for. And of course, a wedding website is a great idea! This will allow you to put everything in one place, as well as include details about transportation and local activities.