Post # 1
Since your Fiance are in the military I figured you would be more knowledgeable and give better advice. Here goes..
So my Fiance and I are having our wedding reception on an AFB. However, in order for guests to get on base we have to give security forces the guests ss#s and driver’s license #’s. How do we convey this on the invitation? Or do we wait til after they rsvp? I few people are suspicious but when we show them the email that one of the officers sent us stating all this they backed off. I don’t think they realize that it is dangerous to let random people on base but I’m not sure :/
Post # 3
@AirForceFiance: What if you send a copy of the letter enclosed-or the part that says the information that they require?
Post # 4
@creativeplannertobee: I agree. Enclose a copy (or part of a copy) with your invite. You could also say on the invitation something like…
“Due to security measures on base, guests are kindly requested to provide their SS number and Driver’s License number to us by such and such a date. This information will remain confidential and will only be provided to the Officer in Charge. Please feel free to contact us with any questions and we thank you in advance for your understanding!”
Also, are your guests driving on base, or are you providing transportation? Double check to make sure they won’t need their registration and insurance info for their cars. I just know from going on base that I am required to register my car and get a pass. They may make an exception due to the nature of the event, but I would double check just to be safe.