I have a strange question. I haven’t seen anything similar
on the boards so here goes…
The Church’s address is in Smithville, and the reception’s
address is Jonestown, but both are actually in Nowhereville (according to all
local people), just opposite ends of the one mile long Nowhereville.
The problem comes with all of my family and friends knowing
the church and reception hall are in Nowhereville and will be confused if I put
the other towns’ names in the address on the invitations. But all of FI’s
family and friends are from out of state (about 2 hours away), and won’t be
able to find the locations with GPS if I put Nowhereville in the addresses (as
it doesn’t technically exist according to GPS satellites).
My current thought is to put on the invitation itself that
the ceremony will be at ‘Church Name, Nowhereville, OH’ (with no street
address). On a separate insert have, ‘Reception to immediately follow at
Reception Hall Name (with no street address). And then for those that are not
familiar with the location, including an address and direction card that has ‘Church,
street address, Smithville,OH’ along with directions to get there, and the same
for the reception hall, with a short note saying that GPS does not recognize Nowhereville,
so these addresses have to be used.
Am I over thinking this, will this confuse the crap out of
people from out of state? Any suggestions?