Direct Guests To Your Wedding Website or Collect RSVPs with QR Codes!
The QR Codes and wedding stationery mix is a clear indication that change is upon us. For the modern or contemorary bride, technology has fantastic ways of presenting itself onto your wedding scene. Although I’m not afraid of change, I like to think of myself as somewhat traditional. Imagine my surprise when I stumbled across the idea of using QR Codes (aka: Quick Response Codes) on wedding stationery. Well, I shouldn’t say surprised. Technology is on a constant move that requires you to get on board or get left behind. Gosh, before this blog post, I did’t even have a QR Reader application on my iPhone. I was forced to ask myself, “Am I missing something here?” In my quest for an answer, I found that Crane & Co. will print a couple’s QR Code on any stationery order. Okay, if a letter pressed beauty can embrace the QR Code, this is worth looking at: QR Code wedding invitations it is!
If you’re in the know with technology, you know of Quick Response Codes and have a handy little reader application on your electronic device. For those of us that don’t know, a QR Code can be scanned, like a bar code, to quickly obtain information, save information or respond with information. The possibilities are too many to list here, but let’s review how it’s used.
- Download a highly rated free QR reader from the application store on your phone.
- Scan a QR Code. You can use this one as an example:
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These “quick response codes” are a great way to navigate guest to your wedding website for all the details of your upcoming wedding on a save the date card or collect RSVPs from your wedding invitation. You can expect to hear reservations from Grandma Rose or Uncle Bill, but I’m sure the younger crowd are already on the QR Code bandwagon. Don’t totally eliminate the customary wedding invitation etiquette. Make sure everyone can be accommodated and utilize the information given on your wedding stationery. The QR Code should only be thought of and used as an additional way to deliver or obtain details, not to eliminate traditional ways.
Here are a few examples: