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Ladies,

 

What are your thoughts on using Evite for our couples shower? The shower is May 16th, and we're inviting close to 55-people, which all use email.

 

I'm strapped for cash, my bridesmaids are strapped for cash, especially with final trip deposits due next week.

 

The couples shower is going to be a Mexican fiesta, margarita's, beer, Mexican food, music - a BIG party.

 

Is it tacky for me to use Evite? Thoughts/Suggesstion?

 

Much Love! XOXOXOX

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I don't think its tacky for just a shower - I say go for it!

 

if you don't want to do evite I would do www.vistaprint.com - you can get pretty much free deals on there so all that you would pay for would be postage

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i did an evite shower invitation for our friends. the internet is how everyone is communicating these days anyways.

 

my parents insisted on paper invites though. so they gave paper invites to our family and family friends. maybe do both esp if you're unsure if some people will check their email.

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Thank you girls so much, this make me feel a lot better, and I think I may combine some inexpensive paper invites from Vista Print for the "more mature" :) friends and family that don't heavily use the internet!

 

Muchos Besos!

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I don't think it's a problem at all ... I sent baby shower evites for a friend's shower last summer and then printed a few matching paper invites for the few who didn't have email. Worked out great and I just carried the theme of the invite through to the cake and everyone loved it!

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