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#1 Rhonda

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    Posted 25 February 2009 - 12:06 PM

    I am planning on sending out a pre-travel letter or brochure about 1-2 months before my wedding. I was also planning on emailing everyone soon to get some information from them (dinner selection and flipflop size)....What do you think about also emailing the pre-travel letter (maybe as an attachment to the other email)?

    #2 *Heather*

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      Posted 25 February 2009 - 12:15 PM

      I think it's totally fine to do it via email! It's certainly a cheaper alternative. I know for me sometimes I prefer things in email because I tend to lose things that come in the mail. If it's in email they'll always have it to go back to. But it's also really fun to get things in the mail, especially for something exciting like a wedding.

      If you are going to do it in an email, I would send the 2 emails separately (i.e. send the one asking for information now, and then a month from now send the pre-travel brochure). If you make the pre-travel brochure separate I think you can make it more of a fun email.

      #3 sunsetbride1

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        Posted 25 February 2009 - 07:24 PM

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by *Heather*
        I think it's totally fine to do it via email! It's certainly a cheaper alternative. I know for me sometimes I prefer things in email because I tend to lose things that come in the mail. If it's in email they'll always have it to go back to. But it's also really fun to get things in the mail, especially for something exciting like a wedding.

        If you are going to do it in an email, I would send the 2 emails separately (i.e. send the one asking for information now, and then a month from now send the pre-travel brochure). If you make the pre-travel brochure separate I think you can make it more of a fun email.
        I completely agree with Heather! Just make sure though that everyone has access to email and that they check their email. I have some family that is quite old school and doesn't use email .. some friends that never check their emails.

        #4 Rhonda

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          Posted 26 February 2009 - 02:21 PM

          Ok, thanks for your help!
          That's a good point, sunsetbride1....I hope that everyone checks their email.
          I think what I'll do is send out the first email (requesting dinner selection etc.)...then, I'll determine if there is anyone who doesn't check their email by who responds/doesn't respond..then, I'll send out the travel brochure later...

          Only thing is...for some couples, I am planning on sending the email to only one person...then, the other person might not read the brochure..you know what I mean?




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