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Posted 17 December 2007 - 11:25 AM
| Originally Posted by Melissa Radolli |
I guess I am opposed to save the dates b/c of the amount of information and detail that is being included on the boarding passes - two passes with the information - our travel agent, and our wedsite etc. which is simply the same thing I would include for the invitation. I was originally going to use these as save the dates but then I realized that I would be sending the same info twice with the invites and the STDS.
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Posted 17 December 2007 - 05:00 PM
Just make sure if you are booking with a tour group (such as Apple) that there are enough spots on the charter. I called during the second week of Nov and there were only 48 seats available on the charter. I had to put a deposit down to hold the rest of the plane. Yikes.
Posted 20 December 2007 - 01:03 PM
| Originally Posted by FutureMrsButler08 |
I am in a similar situation. We sent out Save the Dates way back in like May just to inform everyone that we are getting married in Jamaica and the date. The response was good and people were excited, but our wedding is June 14, 2008 and we have only 8 folks that have paid deposits. My TA says that the agency needs everyone to pay their last payments by March 28, 2008. I was thinking of sending out the invites to everyone with RSVP cards and possibly info about how they need to make final payments by March 28 and that they can RSVP on the website. Do you think I should send those out in like late Feb and tell them to send them back to me by late April? Or should I send some sort of newsletter to folks now to remind them of payments and passports and such? The only thing with that is that I wanted to send out newsletters and travel info packets for those who are definetly going a couple weeks before the wedding. That would set me up for having to send stuff out 3 times which is alot of postage.
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