Destination Invitation Questions?
Posted 06 July 2009 - 12:07 PM
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Posted 06 July 2009 - 04:06 PM
Once I receive all the RSVP's a formal invite will be sent w/travel agent info and a hotel brochure.
Hope you got some good ideas!
Posted 20 July 2009 - 07:17 AM
However, at the last minute, we decided that this was our day, and since we had hardly talked to several of the people on the "big" list in the last year, and were pretty certain they wouldn't attend anyway (though I agree, be prepared for some people to come who you don't think will!), we decided to just send to our "small" list. These are the people that are closest to us, mostly friends, and immediate family, so we can say it's a more "intimate" gathering.
It's a very personal choice. I'm happy with the way we did, because it kind of honours those that have been so close to us, to be invited. Plus, the group we think we're going to get is going to be so much fun, and pretty much already knows each other. :0) I don't think we'll face too much heat from those not invited. Like I said, it's hard to argue when they haven't spoken to us in so long, and it's not like it's an at home wedding, it's going to cost them like $1500 and a week's vacation to go!
Good luck with the decision! :0)
Posted 20 July 2009 - 09:38 AM
Posted 20 July 2009 - 10:15 AM
| Originally Posted by IMPPEARL |
We also sent them out to everyone, sometimes it just the thought that counts!
I'm inviting my whole family but my fiance wasn't inviting anyone. I had to ask him - who is going to be offended that you didn't invited him for him to come up with a list. We're not expecting anyone from his family to make it.
As for invitations, I absolutely loved some of the DIY ones from Joann Fabric. I got mine from Target then saw the Joann ones.
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