I did because I really wanted to make message in a bottle invites. We only had 60 people (most were couples) invited though, so I only made 40 bottles.
Posted 22 July 2014 - 12:20 PM
Posted 31 July 2014 - 08:30 AM
I say send the invite. It will give your guests something to have in hand. Plus, a few may want to keep it.
Love over 50 is still LOVE!!!
Invitations out! RSVPs in
Us, them (bridal party), + 48 guests!!
Posted 09 August 2014 - 06:53 AM
**** I plan on doing the same thing. I do think that you should send them.
This is exactly what I want to do! im glad im not the only one... seems like it doesnt make sense to send it to ppl that are not interested in going at all... plus if it is a smaller amount, i wont mind doing it on etsy and having it done really nice
I did boarding pass invites/stds that directed people to book and to our website... And am not planning on doing a formal invitation... BUT I am doing passports sent out to everyone who books, about 2 months before the wedding that details the plans of the wedding week and acts as an Invite/program/welcome letter.
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Posted 10 August 2014 - 07:33 PM
I sent out events invites on facebook then I sent out my website and let people book that way, but my mother is still making me send out invites. She said it is the proper thing to do, especially for those who cant come but will have something from you anyway
Posted 26 August 2014 - 02:56 PM
Debated this for awhile... Already had a good idea who would be attending but decided we wanted to send out invites anyway. Something tangible for people to see/hold and remind any stragglers. Glad we did because during the ordering process for the invitations we actually had a few people ask if it is too late to deposit/attend so I didn't feel as bad about spending the $$
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