Your wedding invitations are more than just pieces of paper. They are the formal introduction into your Big Day – so it is only natural to want everything about them to be perfect. Of course, their design plays a huge role – but maybe even more important than that is the way you send and address the invitations.
How to do it the proper, etiquette-friendly way? We have some tips for you – continue reading if you want to learn more.
- Address the RSVPs with diplomacy. If you don’t want to invite plus-ones or children, make sure the guests will understand your hint (for instance, address the RSVPs with “Mr. and Mrs. X”, instead of the “X Family”, which would involve the kids too). Remember, even under these circumstances, there may still be guests who will add more people to their RSVPs – so be prepared to make some delicate phone calls.
- Yes, you can and should invite people who can’t come. Sending them an invitation is a heartfelt way of showing them you care about their presence at your wedding. Plus, an invitation with a link to your wedding website will make it easier for these guests to send a gift if they want to.
- Online invitations can save you a lot of money and time (not to mention they make the RSVP administration really easy). However, they are not always suitable for the actual wedding (since it will most likely be a bit more formal) – but they can work just fine for the pre-wedding events.
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