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#1 sunset78

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    Posted 26 November 2008 - 04:57 PM

    I searched but I couldn't find anything...

    So wondering if you gave your guests a checklist of what they should being doing?

    Applied for passport
    Have/Received passport
    Booked Flights
    Sent Flight itinerary information to Bride and Groom
    Booked rooms
    Have vaccinations uptodate

    Something like that I guess... I figured it would be someting helpful them to use.

    #2 Anna83

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      Posted 26 November 2008 - 06:33 PM

      I did not. Most of my guests are pretty seasoned travellers, but if yours are not, then a reminder might help them out. You could send out a postcard and email with a checklist on it for them.

      #3 sunset78

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        Posted 26 November 2008 - 06:51 PM

        Thanks. Yeah, there will be a few first time travellers actually. And the others have travelled before, but only within Canada.

        #4 Rob&Sue

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          Posted 29 November 2008 - 02:04 PM

          We just send out a group email with a checklist of things that they need to take care of before they come.... Things like passports, immunizations, and stuff! We're going to be sending out a pre-departure brochure in about 3 wks to give everyone a heads up on what to pack, and info on the resort. OOOOhh... I am getting excited! :)
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          #5 Bridget810

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            Posted 03 December 2008 - 04:25 AM

            Yeah, I'm totally doing a checklist for my guests, and putting it in a prominent spot on our wedding website. I think it will be helpful in reminding guests of what they need to do before they leave! However, I"m a big fan of checklists for myself before I travel, so I'm assuming that my guests will appreciate it too! Also, it'll help with RSVP'ing for stuff. For example, my checklist has things like:
            Contact us if you want to go to Stingray City group activity
            RSVP on our website
            Apply for passport by 3/20/09
            Contact us if you are planning on taking Delta flight XXXX so we can secure a group discount
            etc. etc. etc.

            I think it'll help plans run more smoothly.

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