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Okay...several questions here!

 

1. I loooove this invite. I am getting married in Mexico. Does this give you a Mexico vibe at all, even though the colors are not very Mexicoi-sh?

 

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2. I was just engaged in January and am getting married in June. I did not send STD's since it's such a short engagement. How early should I send invites? We are sending them as a formality since we want to invite some people that won't be able to come, like grandparents.

 

3. Is it tacky to put rsvp to an e-mail address on the invite? I do not want to include rsvp cards, since I will pretty much already know who is coming.

 

Thanks!

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I love those!!!!!!!!! They aren't really Mexico-y, but they are f'n awesome! Use them.

 

We did rsvp by email only. It worked well for us. Just make sure everyone you invite uses a computer - especially with elderly guests that might not be big into email.

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I like them too! I also just wanted people to RSVP via our website, but then realized we had quite a few older guests who haven't entered the internet age yet. So we had to include a postcard.

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Originally Posted by indypitty View Post
Okay...several questions here!

1. I loooove this invite. I am getting married in Mexico. Does this give you a Mexico vibe at all, even though the colors are not very Mexicoi-sh?

Click the image to open in full size.

2. I was just engaged in January and am getting married in June. I did not send STD's since it's such a short engagement. How early should I send invites? We are sending them as a formality since we want to invite some people that won't be able to come, like grandparents.

3. Is it tacky to put rsvp to an e-mail address on the invite? I do not want to include rsvp cards, since I will pretty much already know who is coming.

Thanks!
Hello!

1. Beautiful invite! I think it's ultra classy and sophisticaed. The colours/style of invite don't always have to prefectly match the destination in my opinion. It looks like a great mix of colour to me and the subtle punch of coral is nice for a beach wedding.

2. Can't help you there, but I look forward to others' responses/

3. Email is fine. I find it more convenient to be honest because I never seem to mail those reply cards back!

Looks great! I'd stick with it!

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we're doing the RSVP online with our weddingwindow site, which is great.

 

love the invitations, but they dont look mexico-ish to me, but who cares. theyre great anyway!

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Love them! I think they have a lot of latin flair. Definetly fit into a Mexican look, but with a bit more flamenco/Spanish influence. The contrast of the dark background with the white and bright flower is awesome. Where did you find these?

 

I think email rsvp would work just fine. Maybe add a phone number for those without computers, that way your guests can also call you up with any questions about your trip. As for when to send them, I think March would be good, half way point, and will give enough time for your guests to book.

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