Wedding invitation etiquette rules today are also plentiful. It is difficult to keep remember them all, especially when it comes to wedding invitations. You ever followed these tips?
When it comes to making your guest list, it is important to remember that only people you plan to invite to your wedding should be invited to wedding-related events like bridal showers. Before you make any official decisions as to the size of your wedding, make a master list of all possible guests. Once you have the master list, start narrowing. If your wedding will be very small, and you have some single friends on the list, your wedding invitations should just list her name.
Wedding invitations should be in the mail 6 to 8 weeks prior to the wedding. This gives guests time to receive and respond to your wedding invitation promptly and allows you time to organize your responses. When you order your wedding invitations and response cards, calculate back three weeks and put that date as the RSVP deadline.
If it isn’t too much more expensive to have a return address pre-printed on your outer envelopes, then you may want to purchase this option. Either hire a calligrapher or enlist help from friends or family with neat handwriting.
Keeping these wedding invitation etiquette rules in mind will help the process go smoothly and help avoid hurt feelings or misunderstandings. If you are careful enough, they are easy to follow when you are doing your invitation progress.