Receiving an invitation to a wedding is an honor that people should take seriously. We all know that one person who’s not going to RSVP and still show up to the event or vice versa. This is one reason why sending wedding invitations are exhausting!
There are many ways to make your invites festive, but that’s only the beginning of the process. In addition to wedding invitations, couples send Save the Dates because it gives confirmation that you are getting married. Save the Dates should be mailed six to eight months before the wedding date. This will eliminate phone calls from guest like. “Are you getting married next year,” or “Did you guys set a wedding date yet?” Save the Dates is fun and some of the popular ways to send them are in magnet form, postcards, e-vites, etc. Use engagement photos for Save the Dates, this adds a personal touch your guest will enjoy, and it puts your engagement photos to good use.
- HELPFUL TIP: Have a budget set for invitations. They can be costly when you add details, additional envelopes, and special embroidering. Click here to read tips on wedding invites. Continue reading “Signed…Sealed…Delivered! Important info on sending Wedding Invites”