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#1 beachbride2014

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    Posted 13 May 2012 - 07:47 AM

    Hi

     

    We are getting married in Thailand in 2014 (quite far away but we need to save money!!).  I'm just getting ready to send my save the dates - I want to make sure people have plenty of notice to save for the flights!

     

    We are planning to pay for the first 2/3 nights accomodation in Bangkok and then 3/4 nights in Phi Phi (where we will be getting married).  But I am already stressing over getting RSVP's!! We can't book flights etc until next year but I want to book the hotel etc at the same time to try and get a group discount but how I am going to know how many people are coming?? 12 months is a bit too far in advance to RSVP for wedding!!

     

    Has anyone else had this problem?? I need help!!

     

    x



    #2 kmiller8609

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      Posted 16 May 2012 - 08:37 PM

      I don't think its too soon for a destination wedding. Although plans can always change for guests, I actually sent out general info/RSVPs with our STD's, and we made a note that if anything changes to contact us. I think its respectful to your guests to let them know ASAP so they can begin saving and make the most of the trip!



      #3 JayKay

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      Posted 17 May 2012 - 03:27 AM

      I would send out your STDs anytime.  The more notice the better so people have time to save up money.  That being said there is a big time difference from now until your wedding so people might not be able to commit to anything until later on and their plans may change.  It doesnt hurt to send them out and get a general idea of about how many people are interested in coming.






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